Replay of the event
MULTI PARTNERSHIP COOPERATION IN LIFELONG CAREER GUIDANCE
Tools and tips to enhance cooperation
Keep In Pact project has been launched in September 2019 from the observation that in recent years, regional, national and European policies have stressed out the crucial need to increase cooperation and synergy between stakeholders in the fields of education, training, employment and entrepreneurship, in order to deliver better services in lifelong guidance. Therefore, this project funded by Erasmus+ Programme aims to up-skill the “multi-partnership management” function in lifelong career guidance centres and develop an innovative ecosystem approach of multi-partnership involving public and private organisations and professionals. The project gathers 6 partners from 5 different countries across Europe: Croatia, Italy, Portugal, Belgium, France.
For more than 2 years, the Keep in pact project partners have been working on high-quality and innovative tools and recommendations for multi-partnership managers in lifelong career guidance:
a competence framework, a training programme, a European map of career centres, a Guide for cooperation and more.
The aims of the event are :
- to allow the stakeholders to discuss and share further insights on current and future issues, challenges and innovative practices regarding multi-partnership management in lifelong Career Guidance in Europe.
- to share and inform a variety of stakeholders across Europe about the project results and the interest it can represent.
Participants joining online will get the chance to discover a training module on cooperation.
Agenda of the event
By Cités des métiers International Network
|Keynote speech “Multi-stakeholders governance and cooperation in Lifelong Guidance centres: the example of the Cités des métiers of Brussels” & Q&As
|Tools and tips to facilitate partnerships cooperation
What is “keep in pact”? (RICDM)
Our tips for better cooperation (Cdm Paris)
Virtual visit of Cdm Porto & Brussels (LearningDigital)
From a competence framework to a training (AZVO)
|Practical activities and discoveries about multi-stakeholders’ cooperation
In-person activity: Visit of Cités des métiers Brussels
Online activity: Discovery of one module from the training