Online partner meeting

The Career Skills partnership met remotely on 29.09.2020 to check the progress and plan its activities in the next months.

Till now the partnership has launched the English version of the Career Skills platform https://app.career-skills.eu/ which contains:

  • The online Map of career guidance services through which those who need career support can find the most suitable services in proximity.
  • The Career Skills Catalogue which explains 12 key career management skills and allows users to assess their own level.
  • The Career Skills Network will serve for sharing news, good practices, innovative tools, and useful resources.

The partners have conducted piloting research among career guidance experts and professionals in each country and have collected some feedback and useful recommendations.

The platform will be translated in all project partners’ languages and will be officially presented in each country by the end of the year.

Then the partners will also develop a Career Skills open online course (MOOC) in which users will be able to improve their career management skills.

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Career Skills Newsletter 1 and survey

Check out the Career Skills Project first newsletter and take part in our online survey for existing Career Management Skills frameworks and assessment tools on a national level.

If you are a career guidance professional, please take a minute to share your contribution with us!

Career Skills Kick-off Meeting

The Business Foundation for Education hosted the kick-off meeting of the Career Skills Project, which took place in Sofia, on January 14th-15th.

This year we will elaborate on the Career Skills Catalogue and conduct research among career experts and practitioners. The Career Skills platform and the Career Service Map will be launched. The results will be presented publicly at the end of 2020.

Coordinators meeting

The chairperson of the Business Foundation for Education attended the Coordinators’ meeting organized by the European Commission in Brussels on January 12-13. Mrs Gergana Rakovska presented the objectives and activities of the Career Skills Project to colleagues from across Europe.

The Career Skills Projects started

The KA3 initiative is coordinated by the Business Foundation for Education in Bulgaria and involves the Finnish Institute for Educational Research with the University of Jyvaskyla, the Réseau International des Cités des Métiers in France, VHS-Cham in Germany, the Institute of Entrepreneurship Development in Greece, and Aspire-igen in the UK.

In the next 3 years we will launch a European Career Skills Platform www.career-skills.eu, which will help people understand, assess and upgrade their career management competencies and find support in an online map of career services.

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