Last week saw the arrival in a wet Scotland of the transnational partners on the Job Interview Simulator – ERASMUS+ project. The project started in September 2014 with a meeting in Bratislava, and runs to August 2016
The project partners are CEIS Ayrshire in Scotland, GRUPO EQ5 in Spain, Epic Assist Charity Scotland, branch of Epic Employment Services in Australia, and the project leaders, EPIC Slovakia.
The aim of the project is to increase young people’s preparedness to react on actual requirements of employers. The project provides opportunities for networking fresh graduates with potential employers.
The aims of the programme are to help a group of at least 200 students from at least 4 universities in order to strengthen the capacities of workers with youth in the area of youth employment and to create a minimum of 40 work places for young people through the programme.
The transnational partners meetings have been comparing notes and exchanging research between similar programmes, all partners are going to participate in identifying and networking with business entities, the aim is to involve 10 business entities in Slovakia, 2 in the UK and 2 in Spain;
The updates on the programme were given by all the partners and Cheryl Newall, CEIS Ayrshire, presented the update on the Nail that Job activity in Kilbirnie.