Four step for employment project is a cooperation project on employment policies and orientation of the unemployed, carried out jointly by Turkey, United Kingdom, Spain, and Hungary.
This project analyses employment policies for VET at EU level as well as the links between vocational schools and the job market, especially with regards to 3 different sectors: IT, Textile Industry and Machinery.
The main objective of project the project is to match qualifications of vocational training to the expectations of the business world and to bring new perspectives into this issue from the point of view of the countries participating in the project.
The secondary objective of this project is to facilitate employment of disadvantaged individuals. Training materials will be provided also in the form of “Audio Books” to facilitate access by visually impaired people, to materials about entrepreneurship and career development.
The third priority of the project is to assess vocational training on the basis of the European Qualifications Framework (EQF). Qualifications will be compared in pilot areas such as machine technology, textile and computer technologies to this end.
The fourth priority is the development of new methodologies and approaches to enable individuals to express themselves accurately during the recruitment process. These will include topics such as entrepreneurship, CV drafting, Basic Occupational Health and Safety, time management and productivity, teamwork, business ethics and personal business networking.
The main intellectual outputs of the project will be:
- The relationship between vocational training and employment;
- Business Start-Up Stages;
- Adapting to the world of work;
- Employment policies.
- Tophane Industrial Vocational High School -Turkey
- Kairos Europe – UK
- Politeknika Ikastegia Txorierri – Spain
- Határtalanul Iroda kft -Hungary