The second phase of the training called Safe usage of the internet within the project „Keep pace – Improving the status of women 55+ in the labour market in Zlin region“ took place on the 16th of June 2017 in the Kromeriz Library.
In the project Keep pace or improving the status of women 55+ in the labour market in the Zlínský region, we offer the participants training courses focused on the safe use of the Internet. We focus primarily on the possibilities of the Internet in relation to work, ie searching information, including job offers and e-mail communication. We also deal with social networks, internet banking etc.
The second group of interns came back from London at the beginning of April. They all have mastered a new working experience perfectly and brought back a lot of memories for adventures and new experiences.
16.3.2017 Czech Republic won 2 gold medals for IT and Electrician at the first European Skills Plus competitions for people with labor disabilities, which was organized in The Netherlands. Germany won gold in Green Jobs and The Netherlands gold in Hospitality & Catering. In four European Skills Plus competitions 13 teams from six countries competed and decided who is the best European skills team 2017 in their profession.
Project „Keep pace“ offers an opportunity for women 55+ in Zlin region for engagement into a range of interesting and useful activities implemented with the aim to help those women improve their situation at the labour market and contribute to equal opportunities of men and women
The first edition of the European Competitions of Skills Plus will take place on the 16th of March 2017 at RAI Amsterdam.
Project Royal Chance or Come and work in England is approaching to its half. The first group of interns have come back from London.
We would like to give our sincere thanks to all teachers and pupils of the primary and secondary school for the hearing impaired in Valasske Mezirici, who participated in the national competition Skills +.
Within the Para Skills Competition project (Erasmus +) was developed the Skills Plus format, which is adapted to the special needs of people with occupational disabilities.
The project will provide free testing in Computing and collect data that will enable schools to contextualize their pupils progress in relation to all others. It will identify weaknesses and feedback areas of learning priority to help inform teacher planning.