MoreThanAJob project: upcoming virtual training seminars for public authorities & training of trainers in the field of employment, education and migration
In the frame of the MoreThanAJob project, Training for Public Administrator (PA) officers and social and solidarity economy (SSE) actors in the fields of employment, education, and migration will be organized in order to enhance the capacity of public authorities to plan and implement social services, in collaboration with the social and solidarity economy “SSE” actors.
The participants in the Training program will be mainly selected from the group of participants from PAs and SSEs.
The training sessions expected to be provided between November 2020 - February 2021, mainly for PAs and for training for trainers and SSEs. The training topics have been discussed in different meetings and workshops and they will be divided into three main topics:
- Topic 1: Social Dialogue between PAs and SSEs: Social service delivery is increasingly responsive and generates greater social stability and livelihood outcomes, based on the needs of the host, refugee, and immigrants’ populations, therefore this training will focus on how to enhance the dialogue between PA s and SEEs.
- Topic 2: Coaching, Counseling, and Mentoring: Social and Solidarity Economy is progressively growing and provides greater local economic development opportunities for the most vulnerable community members, therefore this training will focus on the importance of coaching and counseling of SSEs for increasing Job creation.
- Topic 3: ROI-Return on Investment on vocational education: Education System is dynamically adaptive to market needs and allows greater access to innovative and agile technical education and vocational training programmes targeting different levels of education including the un-educated population, this topic will focus on the opportunity to increase Job creations through training and vocational education for uneducated people.
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