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Catalogue of Initiatives
- Social inclusion
- Other purpose
The project seeks to support the enhancement of social skills and labor capabilities of UAC to facilitate their access to the labor market & ensure self-reliance after adulthood. An innovative training curriculum and methodology will be developed, linking civil education & the skills, to empower UAMS and facilitate their integration in labor markets. An effective network of stakeholders and child-protection specialists will be formed to provide support & quality contribution to the development of social integration policies through training and employability actions.
|Title||Civilhood: Enhancing unaccompanied minors transition to early adulthood through civic education and labour market integration.|
|Status (Ongoing, forthcoming)||Ongoing|
|Type of Resource||
|Online or Blended||Blended|
|Target group||Unaccompanied Minors, youth workers|
|Language||English, Greek, German, Italian, Slovenian|
|Evaluation results/ monitoring plan||The activities and results will be monitored and checked by the Steering Committee. The Steering Committee will carry out improvements and necessary changes. Output/Activity improvement plans will be expanded with necessary information/requirements.|
|Learning assessment||Training Courses|
|Recognition or certification of learning||
The learning material will look at the broad theme of integration to labor market through civic education for unaccompanied minors. The e-courses will be available as an Open Educational Resource (OER) and accessible through the project’s platform.
Each course will be enriched with Experiential learning activities, allowing the flow of views exchanges and ideas development towards the determination of civic engagement concepts. For the content development, certain guidelines and procedures will be setup, based on the EQF (European Qualification Framework) standards. The level of knowledge and study effort will be equivalent to EQF level 6.
The Tuning methodology will be applied to the design, implementation and delivering of the discussed modules, as it offers a common understanding of course workload for the European educational and employment institutions.
In addition, non-formal educational techniques for adult learners will also be adopted: adults will only learn what they feel they need to learn and cannot be made to learn; they learn by doing; their learning is problem-based and affected by their experiences.
|Europass||It will be developed in due time|
|Financing and sustainability model||AMIF-2020-AG-CALL|
|Leading Organization||ARSIS – Association for the Social Support of Youth, Greece|
|Contact Person||Konstantinos Koutras
|Website||Under development; it will be published in the following period|
|Is this initiative country-specific? If yes, please specify the country.||No|