Third transnational meeting of the PERSON Project: Promoting employability, retraining and social skills of NEETs
The youth plays an important role in the building of a sound economic condition for the coming generations. They have the opportunity to raise the economic capacity and begin to form a perfect economic impact on society. As an important determinant of human capital, education is one of the big factors for economic development. It is obvious that with higher education, people’s capital assets improve and, in turn, a peak appears in labour productivity.
The employment status and the income of the labour market depend extremely on the degree of education. The higher comebacks in education in the future will make education even more desirable for the person, which mostly will bring about economic development. From one perspective, this link between education, labour attendance, and economic growth, and mostly governments in developing countries carries out several economic reforms in their education systems.
The first purpose of the project is the necessity of understanding young people in detail throughout transition from being NEETs (not in education, employment or training) or passive to work.
During the third transnational session of the project, that took place in Larissa, Greece, in the assertion of IED, partners conferred in detail the training context that they possess with the aim to equip NEETs. They will make a training step in 3 stages. The first step will be for those that are technologically illiterate, the second step will be for those that are technologically literate and the last step for those that are developed users of technology. Stay with us for the training content that we’ll share.