Seminar about Labour, Competencies and Vocational Training by Clar

The issue of work and employment remains crucial for the future of our country and the skills required by the labor market are increasingly complex and specific, also creating problems of mismatching between demand and supply. The employment situation is even more critical in the groups with low school attendance: if, in fact, in the 28 countries of the European Union, the average percentage of people employed among those with primary education is 53.5%, in Italy it is only 47.8%. The continuous training of employed workers still reaches very low percentages, among the lowest in Europe, in Italy.   Strategic Continua…

Companies, Competencies, Vocational Training

The Centro Libero Analisi e Ricerca – CLAR, in the context of the dissemination of the results of the international Erasmus Plus VIVET project, carries out, with the sponsorship of the Municipality of Ostra Vetere (AN), a public event whose purpose is to compare different experiences and settings on the usefulness of new technologies in the field of professional training of workers, both from a corporate and a personal point of view, also bearing in mind the growing availability of the so-called Open Education Resources (OER). The event will have a seminar character, so it will be open to contributions Continua…

The results of “Erasmus Plus for migrants and refugees” in Arcevia

The Erasmus 30 Day event “Erasmus for migrants and refugees“, which the clar carried out on 13 October 2017 in Arcevia (AN), in the beautiful context of the ancient convent of San Francesco, has seen considerable participation by migrants, operators of reception, trainers, teachers, representatives of public institutions and the world of trade unions, cooks and food professionals, as well as a broad representation of the foreign partners of the Erasmus Plus VIVET and Suskinder projects that The association is currently developing. The Erasmus 30 Day event “Erasmus for migrants and refugees“, which the clar carried out on 13 October Continua…