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The aim of the Improved Mobility project is to identify factors that make it possible to measure the probability of successful mobility of trainees in Europe.
The innovative approach of this project is the holistic consideration of success factors in the context of mobility projects for different target groups, but above all for target groups from the construction sector.
BFW NRW gGmbH, VSRC, CEAP, IF Center, Lux Impuls GmbH, Centre IFAPME,
The aim of the "Improved mobility" project is to identify factors that make it possible to measure the likelihood of successful mobility of trainees in Europe. Strengthening the awareness of one's own strengths increases the likelihood of making use of the offers, such as those made by Erasmus+ or other initiatives (cf. http://www.go-ibs.de).
The project intends to identify influencing factors that have a positive effect on mobility. This should lead to better decisions.
The project will be of EU-wide significance due to the composition of the consortium. All the main regions of the EU are represented in the consortium. Western Europe (Spain), Northern-Eastern Europe / the Baltic States (Lithuania), Southern Europe (Italy) and Central Europe (Germany and Belgium).
Policy/InitiativeMis-Matching of Skills:
We believe that mobility in an increasingly globalised Europe is an absolute added value for young people, to internationalise their experiences and skills and thus to develop them competitively. The holistic reflection of success factors within the frame work of mobility projects concerning various target groups, but primarily target groups from the construction sector, is the innovative approach of this project.
To encourage Mobility programmes also between European countries and Non-European countries (e.g. with Africa) (BFW recommendation)
|Name of Organisation:||Talentbrücke GmbH & Co KG|
|Address:||Burgmauer 60, 50667 Köln|
|Contact Name:||Lars-Rosario Scarpello|