The proposed Council Recommendation defines eight key competences that are crucial to better prepare people for today’s societies. It also proposes concrete guidance to Member States to implement, assess and validate them effectively.
This tool aims to help you to draft a map of your competences and on this basis you will be able to valorize the competences you have and the others you need to develop. This tool mainly focus on assessing generic competences.
The E-Toolkit for VET Trainers is an important tool for VET trainers and providers who wish to use the Open Online Course (OOC) for VET learners in their own institutions in a way that promotes the methodology and contents developed by the NE(W)AVE project. This can be done by using different tools such as videos and interactive resources, based on the experience the tutors involved in the project activities and mobilities with the VET learners experienced. Through this tool, free and available online, the VET trainers will increase their awareness and competences related to the upgraded methods in VET, and increase their interest in being involved in the e-learning approach and tin he mobility opportunities for VET learners.
The multilingual EU Skills Profile Tool for Third Country Nationals is intended for use by organisations offering assistance to Third Country Nationals. It helps to map the skills, qualifications and work experiences of the third country nationals and to give them personalised advice on further steps, e.g. a referral to recognition of diplomas, skills validation, further training or employment support services.
Check it out here > https://ec.europa.eu/migrantskills/#/
We share with organisations dealing with migrants the latest National Report on free movement rights and inclusion of foreign nationals in EU countries
Realized in the framework of the EUReKA – A Key Access to EU Rights project, born thanks to the European Programme Rights, Equality and Citizenship – REC and coordinated by the Idos Study and Research Centre, the report has been prepared by the European Institute of Romania.
The research identifies good practices and formulates indications and guidelines on policies to be implemented, starting from the data collected by Romania during the survey conducted between 15 November 2019 and 31 January 2020.
The aim of the survey is to map and evaluate existing technological tools (mainly websites) that can provide easy access to information, services and guidance for EU citizens and their family members living in another Member State.
The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development was launched in 2015 to end poverty and set the world on a path of peace, prosperity and opportunity for all on a healthy planet. The 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) demand nothing short of a transformation of the financial, economic and political systems that govern our societies today to guarantee the human rights of all.
È arrivata una nuova pubblicazione online eTwinning “SOS Didattica a Distanza”! L’e-book raccoglie una serie di oltre 30 schede di attività didattiche pronte da essere utilizzate con gli alunni per facilitare e supportare il lavoro dei docenti dopo la riapertura delle scuole. Le schede sono suddivise per livello scolastico e rappresentano veri e propri kit di progetto da esperienze già messe in pratica dai docenti eTwinning, raccolte sulla base di obiettivi, attività e risultati, in modo da rendere la loro applicazione facile, veloce e soprattutto efficace in qualsiasi contesto scolastico.L’e-book è stato realizzato grazie alla collaborazione degli Ambasciatori e Docenti esperti di eTwinning, attivi all’interno del Gruppo “SOS Didattica a Distanza” (GRAZIE!).
Scaricatelo subito qui https://etwinning.indire.it/sos-didattica-a-distanza/