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Qual’n’Guide – le bilan de compétences en Slovqauie

bilancia kompetencii_SK_logoUn partenariat transnational coordonné par BKS Uspech et la Fédération européenne des centres de bilan et d'orientation professionnelle travaille entre 2013 – 2015 sur l'adaptation et la mise en œuvre du système de bilan de compétences en Slovaquie. En coopération avec l'Office Central du Travail, Des Affaires sociales et de la Famille, les demandeurs d'emploi en besoin de reconversion et de conseil en développement de carrière seront le premier groupe cible.


Résultats du projet:

  • Adaptation du bilan de compétences pour l'utilisation efficace en Slovaquie
  • Programme de formation pour les conseillers de bilan des compétences
  • Formation des 46 conseillers des offices de l'emploi au bilan de compétences
  • Charte Qualité slovaque pour le bilan de compétences
  • Système de contrôle et de certification qualité sous l'égide de la Fédération européenne des centres de bilan et d'orientation professionnelle

2014-07-11T12:06:31+00:00July 11th, 2014|

Bilan de compétences for job seekers: exchange of international experiences for public employment services in Czech republic 2012-2013

The FECBOP was very happy to participate on the project organized by the National Training Fund (CZ) and financed by the ESF. The project enabled the exchange of experiences between the partners and identified European standards and trends in this area in order to update and enhance the practices established in Czech labour offices. The aim of the Czech party was to elaborate new quality standards for the exercise of career guidance and assessment under the auspices of Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs of Czech Republic. These now correspond to European quality standards concerning accreditation, policy management, ongoing monitoring and quality assurance etc. Czech partner established a Czech Association of career guidance and bilan de compétences operators as well as a system of vocational education and regular supervisory meetings as a form of continuing professional development.

2012-09-19T09:09:25+00:00September 19th, 2012|
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