RESPONSE – RESILIENCE OFFICER FOR SOCIAL EMERGENCIES
Strategic Partnerships for Vocational Education and Training
Cooperation for Innovation and the Exchange of Good Practices
International cooperation, international relations, development cooperation
New innovative curricula/educational methods/development of training courses
Young people aged 18-35 years, unemployed/underemployed, university and/or high-school graduates, with at least one volunteering experience – preferably in Civil Protection/Humanitarian Aid domain
Project aims at providing competences to young people already engaged in volunteering, helping them transform their passion into a job opportunity.
Project in particular works on providing knowledge, skills and competencies to become a Resilience Officer for Social Emergencies: a professional able to support people overcome a disaster and get back to their previous lives.
6 study visits (seven days each, 15 participants per each partner country) in six different partner’s countries, structured on five different thematic focus: disruptive events, social impacts, response to social impacts, from response to resilience, building your own career.
The mutual recognition of the Social Resilience Officer qualification among all partners’ countries through the certification within the EQF (from level 4 to 5);
The provision of basic training for at least 180 young VET with at least one volunteering experience as well as a specialized training through a multilevel and multidisciplinary training methodology, focused on work-based learning, for at least 90 selected young VET.
The enhancement of employability for young VET through the creation of a new curriculum codifying the profile of the Social Resilience Officer, fostering job opportunities within NGOs, local authorities, private companies or creating self-employment opportunities.
IO1: a Curriculum for the Social Resilience Officer, defining the transnational professional profile in terms of competencies, skills, and knowledge as well as its job positioning;
IO2: a Training methodology on social resilience, including: a training course structured in a basic online course (3 modules) provided through an e-learning platform, a specialized course (3 modules) provided through e-learning and a work-based approach (role/simulation games, mentors/learner approach, cases study, etc.) learning tools, a study visit format, a step-by-step guide to use the methodology itself.
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