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TAKE TECH Handbook for Schools


The TAKE TECH project aimed at increasing awareness among young people on potential technical and scientific professions and careers paths. It targeted increased collaboration between education and industry through a process of systematic matchmaking. The Handbook provides a wealth of operational templates and worksheets that can be adapted for use by those responsible for the delivery of in-company visits in any setting.

Join in a Job! Workplace Material: Competence-oriented Tools for Career Advancement


Within the ‘Workplace Material’ section of the Join in a Job! Practitioner Portfolio, a number of tools and instruments are provided that centre on recognition, development and, ultimately, career advancement, for young migrants in the workforce.

AGID: Training Modules - Ageing and Intellectual Disability

Education and Training Module

In the AGID (Developing Training Modules for Staff on Ageing and Disability Issues) project, a series of six training modules was developed to support professional development and capacity-building among frontline staff and others working with older persons having a confirmed intellectual disability.

SOS Network Website: "Interesting Stories" and "Methods and Tools"

Good Practice Guide / Catalogue

In the multilingual SOS Network Website, there are two important sections in which "interesting cases" and "methods and tools" are provided. In the former, close to 50 examples of interesting practice are presented. In the latter, the focus is on the tools, processes and methodologies that were adopted or used in the initial set of "interesting cases".

Report: The Crucial 30 Situational Learning Cases for Competitiveness


The InTouch report centres on what it deems to be the most crucial non-routine (non-occupationally specific) skills that should be targeted by SMEs, in the business sector, with a view to improving their competitiveness.

PLEbaum Guide


In addition to confirming original project goals and partner institutions - including in terms of the depth of existing use of Web 2.0 technologies in partner institutions and participating schools and companies - the PLEbaum Guide goes on to provide a series of useful pointers in terms of technical and organisational planning for those considering the introduction of a Personal Learning Environment (PLE) for students or staff.

NetKnowing 2.0 e-Learning Suite: Basic Course

Teaching / Training Material

The NetKnowing 2.0 e-Learning Suite provides direct access to the Basic Course and allows participating SME staff (following registration) to develop their knowledge and understanding of learning forms, learning technologies and learning in networks.

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