Project Results

Dissemination

Event

"Lessons from PATH FOR CAREER" project


December 1st 2019


On Friday, 30th of November 2019 MBM TDC organized a Project results dissemination event, reviewing the first year results of the "Path for Career Project" with colleagues and partners from Liverpool and the region of Merseyside.


"PATH for CAREER" project aims to improve the skills of trainers and career consultants to support labour market inclusion of young European high school graduates as well as of those, willing to establish a career change.

This project is co-financed by the European Union through the "Strategic Partnerships"- KA2 Action of the Erasmus+ Programme.




The UK project coordinator, MBM Training&Development Center, presented the first year project results and invited participants to discuss the lessons learnt and the opportunities for innovative youth career management. The networking opportunity, offered byt the meeting, provided the participants with the great opportunity to learn from their peers. 


Draft Programme 
 

  • 09.00  Welcome  - Adam Gordon, Head of MBM TDC Career Development Center   
  • 09.05 Opening address - Bo Daskalova, Path for Career` UK Project Coordinator
  • 09.15 Lessons Learnt from the First Year of Implementation of PATH for CAREER Project, Bo Daskalova, UK Project Coordinator
  • 10.45 Tea Break with Meet and Greet Session - Adam Gordon, Head of MBM TDC Career Development Center  
  • 11.45 - 12.30 Light lunch​​


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