New Erasmus+ KA2 project “Skill me 4 Job”

From December 1st, 2022, new Erasmus+ KA2 project (Small Partnerships) – Skill me 4 Job (SOS4JOB) is starting to implement by Ambitio College as coordinator together with partner Stichting Exe-leren from the Netherlands. The associated partner is the Essential Skills Program from the USA.

Overall goal of the project is to implement innovative online training in the field of soft skills development through the Essential Skills Program platform. In this way, an innovative opportunity to learn about soft skills will be provided, which will contribute to the awareness of the public and target groups about the importance of education in the field of soft skills. In addition to the online training, which will be in English, workbooks will be created in English, Croatian and Dutch, which will be used to monitor progress through each module. In this way, the target groups will practice the application of the learned knowledge about each skill and use and strengthen their digital skills in the online environment. After the implementation of the online training, 3 analyzes of the conducted trainings will be made, one for each target group, about what the situation was before and what it is now, i.e. what is the progress and improvement of the target group’s skills and whether they have increased their potential based on the form of self-evaluation and evaluation questionnaire.

Target groups of the project are unemployed and employed persons in changing careers, people in the process of adult education at the Ambitio College and Stichting Exe-leren and teachers in adult education.

Partnership between Ambitio College and Stichting Exe-leren in adult education within new project is a continuation of the development of international cooperation through the Erasmus+ project ASPIRE, which is currently being implemented, and in new project will additionally promote innovation, exchange of experiences and knowledge between the two partners through the new project by sharing new ideas and mutual expertise in the field of education adults.

The long-term goal of the project of both partners is to provide a training program to target groups in the top 10 most needed soft skills to be empowered and competitive on the labour market and to influence their personal and professional development and success.

The project was financed from the Erasmus+ program of the European Union in the total amount of EUR 60,000.00, and will be implemented for 17 months, from December 1, 2022, to April 30, 2024.

You can find out more information about the project HERE.