Over the last several months, we have been working on our Erasmus+ KA2 project’s blog, Talented Europe. The main outcome of the project is a multiplatform application, online/onphone ‘app’. Our goal is to match top students to job and internship opportunities across Europe.
Now, after all of the hard work and hours spent in gathering information, we are pleased to announce that Talented Europe’s blog has been updated. In fact, you can now be informed of all stages of the project and about the past and upcoming transnational meetings and events.
The term employability is used in different contexts and in different ways.
a set of achievements – skills, understandings and personal attributes – that make graduates more likely to gain employment and be successful in their chosen occupations, which benefits themselves, the workforce, the community and the economy
Employability is not the same as gaining a graduate job, rather it is about the capacity to function successfully in a role and be able to move between occupations, thus remaining employable throughout their life. (more…)
On April 6, 2017 was organised in Santa Cruz de Tenerife Talented Europe multiplier event that was aimed at disseminating and publicizing the project ‘Erasmus+ 2015-1-ES01-KA203-016176’ and also to share the intellectual outputs of the project with a wider audience was. The Multiplier event dubbed ‘Talented Europe Tenerife’ was hosted and organised by CIFP Cesar Manrique and IES Puerto de la Cruz at the Auditorium of Tenerife “Adan Martin”. All the partners involved into the said project were attending this event. We are here talking about: European Projects Association – EPA, IES Puerto de la Cruz, Technical University of Košice and the University of Bedfordshire.
The 4th transnational meeting for the Talented Europe project (Erasmus+ 2015-1-ES01-KA203-016176) was held at the Centro Integrado de Formación Profesional (CIFP) César Manrique in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain on the 4th and 5th April, 2017.
The main objective of the meeting was to review undertakings and to develop strategies for the next phase of the on-going Talented Europe project, an Erasmus Plus sponsored project which aims at connecting students to employers across Europe with endorsement of their universities and increasing their employability opportunities.
Do you know students who desire to join the labor market?
Do you need young people with #talent in your company?
If YES, then;
We invite you to the event: #talentedeuropeTF where we will carry out a presentation on the Talented Europe application on Thursday April 6, 2017 at the Tenerife Auditorium Adán Martín in Santa Cruz de Tenerife.
In order to know if we get to show the idea of the project Talented Europe with the web design created for the landing page we create some days ago two usability 5 seconds tests using the online tool offer by UsabilityHub.
We would like to show in this post the results for 5 seconds UX (user experience) tests done.
What is a digital skill?
The Science and Technology Committee in the UK says there is no single definition but is generally understood to be the ability to use computers and digital devices to access the internet, the ability to code or create software and the ability to critically evaluate media, and “to navigate knowingly through the negative and positive elements of online activity and make informed choices about the content and services they use”.
The usability 5 secondstest is a simple technique for a quick understanding whether our pages are effectively communicating our ideas. It is about identifying if a main focus at the interface level is designed for each screen. It is based on the principle of answering three questions during the first 5 seconds of the visitor’s view of the page.
Where is this test?
You can find the test on the following link for Talented Europe homepage:
Since the global financial crisis, high youth-unemployment rates have been a problem across the Europe and the world. The trend of development of youth work as a tool to combat unemployment among young people, will enhance both on European and national level. As majority of young people need jobs, youth work providers should provide space … Continue reading
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