On the second day of the Stakeholders Conference, after the contributions gathered the previous day, the group of participating stakeholders was invited to elaborate an “action plan”, with a proposal of concrete actions for the development of the three themes in focus: NEET engagement strategies, intervention implementation strategies and sustainability strategies.
To conclude the morning’s work, the COPE Project Coordinator (PAT) thanked all participants for their contributions and sharing, resulting in excellent for the project!
To end the day and close the Stakeholders’ Conference, COPE project partners and stakeholders visited Health IT Academy Krapina in Zagreb, an institution that is developing a programme to help the unemployed and the health industry that cannot find profiles to employ, including, in an IT Centre, unemployed people in the academy to develop activities in the areas of Java programming and IT analysis for medical informatics. They also develop the “Youth can do it all” project, with different activities in the NEET Centre, including a street campaign, soft skills workshops, a job club and social mentoring and job shadowing.
In the end, with the new perspectives, learning and sharing of experiences, the C.O.P.E. project came out richer and with results that will certainly contribute to the creation of the best solutions for NEETs!
Check the stakeholders’ contributions and the Conference Scrapbook:
COPE Stakeholders Conference Scrapbook