YounGO project

YounGO

YounGO is a proposal that seeks to implement innovative work methodologies to benefit European youth generating strategies, between social entities, universities and organizations to improve the access to quality employment, in order to develop new opportunities for youth in area of employability.
This project, which involves seven partners from various European countries, enhances social entrepreneurship as a strategy and method to be applied to work with young people, encouraging their creativity and generating opportunities.

CL@SS project

The project will provide a new high effective innovative model of teaching that will develop students` soft skills and make the subjects classes more interesting and attractive for children. This approach will stimulate their creativity and motivation. We expect this to positively influence their pro-activity and results. In addition, it will develop competences (professional and social), motivation and self-confidence of teachers.

The expected impact:

Active for Future project

Aims and objectives of the project
Non formal acquisition of knowledge and skills is in the world, where employers of young job seekers expect more and more, one of the most important forms of learning and acquiring knowledge. Deepening, strengthening and dissemination of knowledge, which are not assessed with a valid document, in recent times gains greater value and is essential for professional and personal growth and development.

EU HUB project

Creating a EU HUB model we want to contribute to fighting youth unemployment through encouraging youths towards Social Youth Entrepreneurship (SYE).

DURATION: 1. 9. 2015 – 31. 8. 2017
PARTNERS: PiNA (Slovenia), Bridging to the Future Ltd. (UK), Drosostalida (Greece), National Management School (Bulgaria)
THE PROJECT IS SUPPORTED BY: Erasmus+, KA2 Strategic partnership in the field of Youth
REFERENCE NUMBER: 2015-2-SI02-KA205-013022

D.E.C.O. project

Project “Deco -Key competences for career designing in cooperation with labour market” creates partnership between 4 countries and 8 organizations. Two sectors – vocational education schools and organizations, experienced in career counseling and designing, networking with labour market representatives will cooperate in the project (further – expert organizations).

CoMeIn Project

The global aim of the CoMeIn project is to contribute to prevention of school leaving at secondary education level in Bulgaria, France, Poland, Slovenia and Turkey. Our idea is to equip teachers in the countries involved with the necessary knowledge, skills and tools to motivate and inspire students for learning by development and pilot testing of Coaching Methodology. The Methodology will allow for secondary teachers of all subjects to apply coaching methods in the classroom to support the learning of all students.
http://comein.nbschool.eu

SOS.NET Project

SOcial Skills Trainer - New Qualification for European Teachers

The SOS.NET project will address the problem of lack of systematic social competence training programmes at secondary education level in 5 European countries - Portugal, Czech Republic, Bulgaria, Romania and Turkey.

The consortium's motivation to work on bringing teachers into the role of SOFT SKILLS TRAINERS is based on national observations of each partner, experience from 2 European projects in the field and the EC draft progress report on ET 2010.