Digital Competences for new jobs: Young People fight unemployment
Duration: September 2017-August 2019
The DC4JOBS project comes to join the efforts of MS to promote the digital literacy among young people and fight skills mis-matches and young unemployment. It proposes to introduce a transparent, multi-regulated and multi-assessed process, based on an interactive and dynamic platform to be developed, for young people with fewer opportunities in order to up-grade, up-skill or re-skill their digital competences to meet the needs of labour market and bridge the gap related to skills mismatches between education and training and the world of work.
The direct target group is YOUNG PEOPLE 16-24 yrs with a specific focus on young people with fewer opportunities (including NEETs, young people at risk of marginalization and young people with a migrant background, including newly arrived immigrants and young refugees, early school leavers etc.) who will acquire or upgrade their digital skills related to employability, whereas the indirect target group is the labour market, who will benefit from digitally literate young people through the provision of high quality non-formal learning, as well as the various organisations whose members will be educated and well equipped to fight unemployment.
The consortium of the project includes the following partners:
CFE Erfurt e.V., Germany
CP.: Zafar Saydaliev
- A&A Emphasys Interactive Solutions Ltd, Cyprus
CP.: Athos Charalambides
CP.: Andreea Corina
- Clictic S.L.
CP.: Miguel Caneda Barreiro
- LV-Ogre Municipality
CP.: Rinalds Rudzitis
CP.: Sandra van de Kraak
- Arbeitskreis Ostviertel e.V.
CP.: Arndt Selders