Final conference of the European project Web Based Job Search Support

DEP Institut has launched this international initiative in which it participated

 

On Wednesday June 27 at the Centre Cultural la Farinera of Clot in Barcelona DEP Institut presented the European project Web Based Job Search Support (WBS) and its portal in Spanish www.clubempleo.es.

During the meeting also was held the conference “Orientation, ICT and skills: cases and experiences”, by Rachel Nelson,  DEP Institut Project Manager and Cristina Caldas, Educaweb professional guidance. The conference unveiled other European projects related to ICT skills of vocational guidance counselors and advisers and professionals.

In the final act of the project, about two hours, was attended by over 40 professionals in the field of education, training and work to make this international initiative, which allows you to create a virtual community of people looking work or want to develop their professional skills. Also, through the WBS save anyone can access the services of academic and professional guidance, as an exercise of self-knowledge and self-evaluation, not take care of the costs can mean face. In addition, users have the ability to share experiences with others in the same situation forums or use other features such as post comments on blogs or documents, creating a virtual community. The project has created eight portals present in several European countries, including two external project partners in Greece and Romania.

WBS project is co-financed by the European Commission under the action program in the field of lifelong learning and with the participation of Italy, Spain, Czech Republic, Slovenia, Poland and Bulgaria. DEP Institut has been the only Catalan and state company that has participated in this international proposal and has received Educaweb cooperation, as an organization specializing in academic and professional guidance.

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