Guidelines for enhancing new graduates’ employability skills on HE and VET
This Intellectual Output consists of a set of indicative principles and guidelines on how authentic learning scenarios can be created, used and evaluated in ways that help bridge the gaps between the formal curricula in HE and VET and the real life/labour market world, so that students acquire relevant soft and hard skills that enhance their employability. Prior to the preparation of the proposal partners carried out an analysis of strategic areas for improvement in their contexts. The areas that partners have prioritized are:
- ways to support study/work life balance, HE and VET mobility and accessibility through a model of virtual apprenticeship
- ways of defining the particular competences they require from their employees or newcomers in a context of fast speed of change.
- how career counselling and guidance services can be offered through online settings.
- improve the technological skills (e-Skills) of undergraduates from social sciences areas.
- pay special attention to the role technology plays both as a support and as a catalyst for innovation.
A report will be published freely available in a digital format. Moreover, the results will be showcased through a multiplier event.