Youth and labour market
The mission of Vratsa Software is to build an IT community which through quality education gives people in Vratsa the opportunity to have challenging and well-paid jobs as software developers in their hometown.
The goal of the training program is to give you basic understanding of programming and to help you start career in the software industry in Vratsa!
Project provided individualised intervention and skills-based work-groups to youths to develop life/living skills, their labour market integration, maintain suitable/stable employment, lead a healthy lifestyle and minimise social exclusion. .
Every year young people in the Madona region have the opportunity to apply for a employment project in cooperation with local entrepreneurs. The aim is to promote the youth employment and competitiveness, to encourage young people to participate in solving their ideas, interests and problems. The offered range of vacancies are very wide and diversified - both in manufacturing and in the service sector. The event is financed from the budget of the Madona district municipality.
Entrelaços intervention on insertion in the job market helped the construction of different stories with happy endings in young people.
The history of Mamadu with project started in 2007 with the acquisition of the residence permit and the integration into the professional course of electronics and telecommunications. This year ended the 12th grade and, back in November, began working at a telecommunications company. Another happy ending was for Ivan to 18 years, with the ninth grade abandons studies, gets two years without occupation and with the support of the Entrelaços integrates the learning course – technician of logistics. After three years end the 12th grade, get a driver's license and is preparing to join the labour market. The story of Tiago starts bad and ends well ... with the sixth grade and after a reedução Center, search 2010 Entrelaços support. This long history, includes the completion of a suspended sentence and the cancellation of a professional course. But persistence is often the key to success. And after a new integration in training, this time in the kitchen, the ending was happy. The course ended in May and until today is integrated in your training area.
The Youth Guarantee offered opportunity to those who were not in employment, education or training to either access the labour market or education. The Youth Guarantee targeted young people of less than 25 years and supported them with training, job exposure and personalised assistance.
The Government of the Republic of Slovenia, after having consulted with the key stakeholders, adopted Youth Guarantee whereby every young person aged from 15 to 29 years shall receive an offer of employment, on-the-job training, entering formal education or a short form of institutional or work-based training, within four months of registering with the Employment Service of the Republic of Slovenia.
In the period 2014 – 2015, the Youth Guarantee was implemented via structural reforms and specific initiatives that improved the situation of young people in the labour market. The main goals of the guarantee scheme are: to improve the transition from education to employment, faster activation of young unemployed and lower unemployment.
"The graduates and the Labor Market” has been the first national project tracking the link between the graduated studies and their professional activity, its role being to increase the institutional capacity of universities to carry out ongoing monitoring studies. The project has achieved this by providing the higher education institutions with tools to pursue the career of the high education graduates , allowing the correlation of study offers with employers' demands, and creating the premises for a long-term approach in which this type of research to be carried out nationwide every year
With the support of the ERASMUS+ PROGRAMME of the European Union
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