The mobile report is an interactive resource which allows to search and filter information on the most needed skills in the entrepreneurial field and which offers tips for self-development of educators and NEETs.
Employment and Entrepreneurship
The present Comprehensive report encloses a review of the state of art regarding social impact measurement and best practices in each partner country, namely Croatia, Italy, Cyprus, Norway, Israel, Portugal, Poland and Greece.
In this section you can find the newsletters of the ReFace project.
The Skills Profile points out the skills and responsibilities needed to develop a successful role of Mental Health Champion within VET organisations, in line with the ESCO classification.
This is an interactive assessment tool for VET organisations to benchmark their current mental health inclusion policies.
The set of OERs “Creative Entrepreneurial motivation and empowerment” is a set of educational resources for aspiring entrepreneurs in the creative sector.
The Mental Health+ Charter presents the minimum requirements that VET organisations should adhere to in order to consider their provision inclusive of learners with mental health challenges.
Metropolis Practitioner Toolkit is meant to provide educators with a manual to facilitate the integration of digital resources within their teaching and maximise the impact of the other project resources.
The European report provides information on current developments and policies towards mental health inclusion, the main actors in mental health inclusion in European countries as well as emerging trends of mental health inclusion within VET in European countries.
This Report aims to map the industrial heritage of the cities being explored by the project and analyse the legacy this heritage has left in the present.
This eBook aims to summarise the current state of mental health inclusion and promote best practices collected in partner countries as well as throughout Europe, especially those concerning how a more open, embracing and welcoming school environment can be established.
ReFace Syllabus offers the methodological framework for the MOOC “Regions facing shocks: building resilient community”.
This European Report provides an analysis of the economic, societal, health, environmental developments and related policies for crisis prevention and management in ReFace project partners’ countries.
The aim of this Handbook is to provide a support for educational staff working with migrants, refugees and asylum seekers and to respond to the lack of pedagogical, psychological, didactical education and training needed in order to face the challenges posed by multilingual, multicultural and multi-ethic learner groups.
The CIM Competence Framework is the reference for the recognition and assessment of 15 competencies related to the management of Creativity and Innovation that students and trainees should develop to improve their employment opportunities.