How to support the young NEETs in the transition from school to the job world?
The partners met for the final conference of the STEER project – Supporting the Transition from Education to Youth at Risk – on the 29th November 2017 at the Classic Hotel in Nicosia (Cyprus) to present the results of the project.
We presented all the IOs of the project so far created, in particular the partners showed the work done at local level with:
- the training of the youth workers,
- the launch of the platform and its piloting thanks to the meetings with NEETs in all participating countries.
The conference in Nicosia was also an opportunity to organise the last consortium partner meeting during which the last phases of the project were outlined, including final reporting and the last piloting validation tasks.
The STEER project was eventually extended by two months to allow partners to give more effectiveness to the project promotion actions and to complete IO7.
STEER is funded by the Erasmus+ Programme, DG Education and Culture, KA2 Strategic Partnerships for Youth, aiming at designing, developing, distributing and testing a comprehensive training program for those working with young people to plan their transition to the world of work. The trained youth workers will use their training to support the transition from school to the work of NEETs (young people Not in Education Employment or Training) and unemployed young people.
The project involves six partners from six different countries:
- INNOVADE (Cyprus),
- Four Elements (Greece),
- Razvojni Center Srca Slovenije (Slovenia),
- Fundação da Juventude (Portugal),
- CATRO Bulgaria Eood (Bulgaria),
- Centro per lo Sviluppo Creativo “Danilo Dolci” (Italy).
The STEER project is coordinated on behalf of the Centre for Creative Development by Dario Ferrante.
For further information, contact Dario Ferrante, email@example.com.