The second international partners meeting was organized on 18. September 2018 by partner JKVG in Antwerpen, Belgium.
Almost two-year project to support women aged 55+ to find a place in the labor market and career growth has come to an end. The interest of the participants in further education and personality development exceeded our expectations and thus we exceeded all the planned outputs of the project Keep pace.
The project is another of a number of active employment policy initiatives. Within the two years of implementation, we will support almost 50 people from the Zlín Region who are disadvantaged in the labor market by the age of 55+ and have been in the register of the job office for more than 5 months.
The third partner meeting of the InPlace project took place on the 27th of July2018 in Porto, Portugal. The meeting was attended by representatives from the Czech Republic, Spain, Bulgaria and Italy and, of course, the host organization SPI.
We are almost halfway through the implementation of the active employment policy project "The Right Way" and so this is an opportunity for a small recapitulation.
Besides enjoying the city of Madrid, there was an interesting training going on last week in the capital of Spain for the RED project.
The project, focused on the implementation of gender audits in small and medium-sized enterprises in the Zlín Region, continues successfully in its second half. All 6 employers from the Zlín Region were already involved as planned. They are mostly small companies with 10-50 employers and one medium-sized company with more than 50 employees.
For the participants of The Right Way project we offer the opportunity to participate in a series of motivational workshops focused on a job search.
ARTIFEX is an ERASMUS+ project focused on STEM education, i.e. education in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. ARTIFEX project is supporting European cooperation in the area of enhancing teachers´competencies in STEM education and using innovative out-of-school learning environments such as digital workshops (FabLabs) with access to high technology.
The main aim of the project is to contribute to high quality work-based VET for young people and afterwards to increase their competitiveness at labour market.