Bilan de compétences in Europe – Slovakia

The methodology of the bilan de compétences was first transferred to Slovakia through a Leonardo da Vinci project in 2013 - 2015. During this project, the methodology was adapted to the specifics of the slovak labour market and was successfully tested in several regions. During a pilot project in 2015, [...]

Official training for bilan de compétences counsellors

  The FECBOP provides official training for the provision of the bilan de compétences. The training is provided to professionals in career guidance who wish to develop their practice or specialize in the field of bilan de compétences.    At the end of the learning process, the beneficiary of the training [...]

Message of our president 2015

« Dear colleagues and dear friends, The anniversary that we are celebrating is not like any other anniversary. The tenth anniversary is always an important date either in lives of people or in the life of organizations because it is always a sign of vitality and development. Voluntary organizations in [...]


FECBOP General Assembly was held on the 9th of October 2015 in Bratislava. The general anniversary with a very strong attendance was an opportunity to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the FECBOP. The president, Paolo Serrerri pointed out the successes that were achieved thanks to the common work of the [...]

CompCert – Transnational Meeting in Rome/Italy

On 21st and 22nd May 2015 project partners from France, Belgium, Italy, Czech Republic, Slovakia and Germany got together in a scheduled workshop in Rome, Italy. The meeting focused the curriculum of the training for Competence Counsellors and thereby the preparation of the first testing in June. Jacques Hofmans (Laboratoire d‘Ergologie [...]


FECBOP General Assembly was held in Paris the 4/5 September. Among other things, new partners from Central and Eastern Europe (Hungary, Romania and Bulgaria) were present for the first time, pointing the attention of the Federation towards the challenges of this region, namely towards Roma people and other heavily disadvantaged [...]

CompCert – Transnational Meeting in Lyon/France


From 29 to 30 January 2015 the project partners from France, Belgium, Italy, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Germany met for their regular working session in Lyon/France.

The main focuses were on one hand the necessary considerations on updating and developing the European criteria of the competence balance (BdC) and on the other hand the first steps on the path to the development of a curriculum for the training of competence counsellors (CCs).

Conference on bilan de compétences in Bratislava

BKS Úspech a and members of the European federation of career guidance and bilan de compétences would like to invite you to conference "Bilan de compétences for career development" that will be held in Bratislava the 28th November 2013. This conference marks the beginning of a new project in which [...]

Bilan de compétences in Europe – Belgium

  Since its creation in 1923, the Laboratoire d’Ergologie appliquée has always worked in the field of adult guidance. Attached to the time at the Institute for Advanced Studies in Belgium (Free University of Brussels), he was the first Belgian organisation to create a structure training guidance counsellor and was [...]

CEDEFOP: Bilan de compétences as a tool for tackling skills mismatch?

More than one in four (27%) European employees are in dead-end positions with skills higher than needed to do their job and limited potential to grow. At the same time, 22% of employees say that their skills have not developed since they started their current job. These are some of [...]

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