The aim of the project is to improve the quality of adult education in career counseling, the development of talent and soft-skills of the unemployed, in order to find better employment and satisfaction in their lives and to establish international cooperation.
Therefore, in the framework of the project, online tests, online learning materials and videos and a website will represent the intellectual outputs. To implement the project, 4 project meetings will be organized to ensure the project management, the distribution of the roles and control of the project implementation. As part of the project, 2 learning activities and 1 multiplier event will be organized.
1. Unemployed – they will be involved in the multiplication event where they will be presented with the project outputs and subsequently the first participants to test the tests and learning materials. The selection of these participants will be ensured by each partner on the basis of the prepared application form. The application will determine the motivation of participants to attend the multiplication meeting and their expectations.
2. Partner staff – they will be involved in project management of the project, they will participate in project meetings, prepare intellectual outputs of the project, they will participate in educational activities organized by the partner in Slovakia and Greece. Individual partners will be responsible for selection of these participants. Participants will be selected on the basis of their expertise.
3. Career advisors – will be involved in the educational activities of the project, where they will be trained and at the same time participate in the multiplication event. Each partner selects career advisors from their own country. The selection will be based on expert knowledge.
By implementing this international project we expect the following results:
1. Testing and providing career guidance to 20 learners (unemployed).
2. Creation of quality and freely available materials for the development of personal growth, self-development and for acquiring soft-skills. Usability of prepared materials for learners (unemployed), but also for career counselors and coaches.
3. Developing tests to determine the potential of learners (unemployed).
4. Creating tests to assess the progress of learners (unemployed).

5. Creating partnerships between organizations and continuing to develop these partnerships.

Upon completion of this project, we expect partners to increase their potential to provide adult education in career guidance and soft-skills development for the unemployed.