Are you working with young people aged around 12 to 15? Are you interested in strengthening the vocational orientation and life skills of young people? We are looking forward to welcoming you to our conference in March 2023! The event is organised in the context of our Erasmus+ Skills for Life project!

  • When? Wednesday, 22 March 2023 from 9:30 a.m. to 12:45 p.m.
  • Where? In the Spiegelzaal of Brussels Parliament, Lombardstraat 69, 1000 Brussels

Participation is free of charge and registration is required. Please register via our registration link.

The event will be held in English. All project results and outputs are also available in German, Dutch, Italian and Romanian, and thus directly applicable in the context of teaching and youth work in different countries.

The conference will inform you about the results and tools produced in our project, especially about the following resources and materials:

  • Check4Skills: online self-assessment tool for young people
  • Play4Skills: board game for young people
  • Learn4Skills: didactic modules for teachers, career counsellors and educational practitioners in the field of school and youth education (“educators”)
  • Train4Skills: training programme for educators incl. online training modules & handbook
  • Impact4Skills: tool to evaluate the effectiveness and impact of the Skills for Life intervention

You will learn how to use all of these materials and tools and how to adapt them for your own purposes in the classroom or in youth work. You will also have the opportunity to speak with colleagues and learn from the experiences of experts.

During our lunch snack you are free can talk to us and the other conference participants.

Who are the project partners? Goethe-Institut Brussels as coordinating institution in close cooperation with Goethe-Institut Rome and partners in Belgium, Germany, Italy and Romania:

  • L'Agenzia Regionale per il Lavoro la Formazione e l'Accreditamento (ALFA)/Genoa
  • Scoala De Valori/Bucharest
  • City of Mannheim
  • Tracé Brussel/Brussels and the
  • Federal Institute for Vocational Education and Training (BIBB) in Bonn as an associated partner.

The project was developed in the framework of the StartNet Europe project on the topic of transition from school to work.