COPE online platform: Personal development with mobility projects

29 June 2018 | Youth

How to motivate young people with fewer opportunities to participate in mobility projects to favour their social inclusion?

How to sustain the young people in soft skills acquisition to increase their employability?

We are glad to present you the COPE Online platform, born to increase soft skills and employability skills which are transferable in the work place for young people with fewer opportunities.

The training focuses on the young persons ‘Personal development’ training. These new skills will help them in their daily life, during a mobility project and/or in their career progression.

On the platform, you can find testimonies, mobility opportunities and you can train yourself with:

  • Training Toolkit
    These training modules will help learners to improve their basic skills in preparing for any mobility projects. It will also give learners a better understanding of equality, diversity and the European Union. In order to select the training module, please click the module you would like to complete.
  • Introduction to EU and Mobility Grants
    Learners will have an opportunity to have an overview of European and international mobility programmes, and the certification available.  Alumni testimonies and videos related to their mobility experience will also be available. In order to select the training module, please click the module you would like to complete.
  • Preparing for departure
    This training will help learners to understand what you will need to do to move across Europe. It will cover topics such as who to contact to take part in a mobility, how long will your departure be, what documents will you need and other practical details.

Would you like to increase your job opportunities?

Register now on COPE online platform!

About the project

COPE – Connection Opportunities for People in Europe is co-funded by Erasmus+ Strategic Partnership in the field of youth.

Partners

The project’s partnership groups five organisations from different Countries:

For further information

If you are interested in the activities of COPE’s project, do not hesitate to contact Caroline Dickinson, caroline.dickinson@cesie.org.