The report includes analysis of online survey and interviews exploring opinions on the barriers enterprises encounter in case of employing refugees, benefits of refugees’ employment, competences required by employees’ as well as employers’ training and support needs.
We identified and analysed the best practices on integration of migrants and other disadvantaged target groups into the workplace in Europe.
The summary gives an overview on the barriers and benefits of refugees’ employment, competences required by employees’ as well as their training and support needs.
The report will present the results of the cooperation of the partners regarding the application of EQF/ECVET system to the ASAP programme.
This report presents the strategy of the ASAP team for developing its curricula using EQF/ECVET. It defines the broad framework and templates that will be common for all partners to be used in WP3.
The purpose of this Guide is to provide a coherent plan of activities and methods that can help convert qualifications into learning outcomes with the use of ECVET points in the Publishing sector.
This manual describes the basic methodology for implementing the peer support system focused on the SymfoS methodology and collects the experiences of implementation of the method within the project partner organisations
This report looks at the training and certification needs of the book publishing sector in the countries participating in the project – Greece, Italy, Spain and the UK – and in two additional countries – France and Germany.
Here is the mapping of competences and skills gap analysis in France and Germany in relation to their representativeness for the aim of the ASAP Project.
My idea, my future Manual guides young people through the first steps of setting up a social enterprise.
This questionnaire was designed to assess the current skills and competences scenario and needs in the publishing sector in the target countries of the ASAP project.
This report sets the scene for the evaluation of the publishing industry operators’ competences and skills gap.