The European recommendation on “Key competences for lifelong learning – A European Reference Framework” (2018) defined a set of skills and competences to sustain good standards of living, face job requirements and foster social cohesion. This has been a key reference document for competence-oriented education and training.
In this sense, it is essential to foster the competencies that will help young people in the future and social skills are key in this process. Adolescence and youth are critical stages in personality development and identity formation. The social competences acquired during this period will be reflected in effective interpersonal relationships in adult life.
The project was implemented with the financial support granted by the Cooperation Fund Foundation as part of the project "Cooperation paths - support for entities implementing transnational cooperation" financed from the European Social Fund under the Operational Programme of the Knowledge Education Development.
Youth workers that work with young people aged 15 to 29.
to equip young people for adult life, forming a basis for further learning and working life and support those who need particular support,
to fulfil the educational potential of young people, promoting employment rights and active citizenship, which has been neglected due to educational disadvantages caused by personal, social, cultural or economic circumstances.
Manual “Together we can do more”.
Polish and Spanish experts will create a manual with tools - attractive for young people - to increase their social competences. It will contain ready-made scenarios of activities to be conducted with young people and instructions for the trainers