Dear learner, welcome to our 10 part e-course on how to make an online career. In this
course, we will guide you around the topics of starting an online job and building your
digital career step by step.
Gen Z Digital Workforce is a 2-years initiative between 5 organizations from: Denmark, Italy, N.Macedonia, Hungary and Portugal supported by the Erasmus+ Programme
We chose increasing digital competencies as a method to improve employability due to the spread of remote work in Europe now and its benefits for young people with fewer opportunities who often don’t have access to the traditional job market.
Create a curriculum for young people with fewer opportunities and adults that work with youngsters.
Promote inclusiveness in remote work and create conditions for more young people with fewer opportunities to enter the online workforce.
Update and improve competencies of non-profit associations, career counsellors in universities, colleges, VET, and specialists of employment agencies in helping young people become more employable in the current job market.
Increase the capacity of NGOs to help young people to boost their sense of initiative and entrepreneurship.
Enlarge their understanding and responsiveness to the social, linguistic, and cultural diversity of e-work, promote innovative pedagogies and methods for teaching, learning, and assessment, and support educators and learners to use digital technologies in creative, collaborative, and efficient ways.
Create a more modern and professional environment inside the organization: ready to integrate good practices and new methods into daily activities.
Promote the idea of remote work as a new norm and an opportunity for those who don’t have much access to the regular job market.
YOUTH WORKERS MOBILITY HOSTED ON MADEIRA, PORTUGAL
BOOTCAMP HOSTED IN PALERMO ITALY
Gen Z Digital Workforce: Improving online employability and resilience of young people with fewer opportunities
Project number: 2021-1-DK01-KA220-YOU-000028728
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