EUCOMPASS – The European social and transversal competence passport for youth with disabilities – a tool for validation of non-formal and informal acquired competences
Start date: 01 May 2018
Duration: 27 months
- Inonu Universitesi, Turkey
- Malatya Il Milli Egitim Mudurlugu, Turkey
- Marie Curie Association – MCA, Branch Smolyan, Bulgaria
- Phoenixkm BVBA, Belgium
Aims and objectives
- To enable people with disabilities in EU to participate more frequently, more fully, and more successfully in employment and labour mobility.
- To develop a competence passport (outcomes based) which will be created/completed with the participation of career counsellors, supported employment consultants, vocational rehabilitation advisers or similar.
- To develop a social and transversal competence validation tool, which helps the beneficiaries to further understand and identify the level of competences that they possess.
- To develop an interactive competence hub, which enables open distance learning and online non-formal validation of social competences.
- Direct users:
- Youth with disabilities
- Youth (low skilled)
- Youth workers
- Social and career services providers
- HR managers, in-house trainers, employers
- Youth centres and institutions
- NGO’s of/for youth with disabilities
- Local and regional authorities
- Policy makers
- Teachers, trainers, psychologists, social & youth workers
- Social competence validation pool and Guide on further career guidance for professionals involved in the career counselling based on the results from the validation tool
- European competence passport for youth with disability
- Interactive competence hub