Our DeFacto project team is proud to be a part of the programme of the Week of Brain festival, organized by the Czech Academy of Sciences.
Kromeriz became the venue of a training course for educators from Bulgaria, Belgium, Italy, Poland, United Kingdom and Slovenia. Their task was to pilot the methodology developed as a part of the DeFacto project.
Kromeriz hosted the meeting of Mr. Andrew Hadley, the representative of our London cooperative organisation CILL (Centre for International Learning and Leadership) and our project participants.
In the past days we presented training games for youth with dyslexia at a conference hosted annually by DysCentre in Prague (www.dyscentrum.org). This year's event was held on 28.11.2019 with the large participation of educators, special educators and psychologists from across the Czech Republic. Newly published books, textbooks and special aids were on the agenda of the conference, and methods for supporting people with specific learning difficulties were discussed. There was great interest in DYS2GO learning games, when participants were particularly appreciating the specific focus on youth, for whom there still aren´t enough aids.
Web-APP TENDER Tool that creates the match between the demand for labor and the supply of people with an occupational disability or who have a large distance from the labor market.
The ARTIFEX Conference took place in Kromeriz, Czech Republic, from October 15th to 16th 2019. The conference was aimed at STEM teachers of primary and secondary education, STEM researchers, teacher trainers, educational staff in Fablabs / Maker Spaces or any innovative out-of-the-classroom learning environment.
Download the first issue of the Skills Project Newsletter, which provides basic information about the project and the C1 training that took place in the Netherlands in July 2019.
After a successful realisation of project Royal Chance awe are again preparing abroad internships for unemployed youth. Project offers a unique chance to aquire job experience abroad, to improve your English and raise your opportunities on the labour market. Eight weeks long internships will again take place in London.
The fact that looking for a job when you are 55+ of age is really hard is confirmed by all participants in the 'Job prospects' project. They often meet with the employer´s judgments rather than their appreciation of the participant´s long-term experience.