This document introduces two pedagogical methods, the experimenting community and the change maker pedagogy, which have been the fundamental work methods of the SEEDS project.
Employment and Entrepreneurship
This study introduces different pedagogical principles that form a foundation for the SEEDS project and that have been influential in the methods and activities of the SEEDS project.
SEEDS has developed a preschool pedagogy that combines the Change-maker model and the methodology of an Experimenting Community into an innovative pedagogy, which can be applied in almost any educational activity from preschool to higher education.
The current report presents the national situations of the profiles and perceived needs of third-country national women victims of trafficking, support service providers and employers, as well as the rights, available services women can benefit from and employability services in Italy, Greece, Romania and Spain.
Here you can read Migrants take Care project newsletters.
Fourth newsletter of the project discussing final conclusions of the training and dissemination activities conducted during its lifetime.
The cards have been created to help intermediary professionals identify their clients’ competences as a first step for a tailored, more empathic and efficient approach to recruiting and counselling.
The sixth and final module of the SeasonREADY training material is dedicated to cleaning and maintenance services in tourist and hotel facilities.
The fifth module of the SeasonREADY training material (6 modules) is dedicated to food and beverage services in tourist and hotel facilities.
This fourth module of the SeasonREADY training material (6 modules) is dedicated to reception services in tourist and hotel facilities.
This third module of SeasonREADY training material (6 modules) is dedicated to the personal and professional development in the hospitality and tourism industry.
This second module of SeasonREADY training material (6 modules) is dedicated to communication strategies in small and medium hospitality enterprises (SMHEs).
On the COME IN learning platform, there are available training materials on the integration of refugees and migrants in the work environment of their host countries.
The Inclusive+ National Research Report presents the results of the research carried out to identify the “basic employability skills” low-skilled adults need to integrate more easily into the labour market at local level.
The report aims is to explore the school counsellor’s personal and professional needs of each participating partner country.