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Green pathways and green skills

TecMinho and the "Career Pathways" Erasmus+ project will be hosting the Webinar "CAREER PATHWAYS AND GREEN SKILLS", to be held on the 26th of May, from 11:00 to 12:00 CET (10:00 - 11:00 Lisbon time).


(10 AM - Lisbon / 11 AM CET)

10:00 - 10:10Career Pathways and the green jobs
General View
Ana Dias (TecMinho, PT)
10:10 - 10:20How to build your Career Pathway
Links with training and jobs
Manuela Guimarães (FORAVE, PT)
10:20 - 10:40Future green jobs using visualization tools
Graham Attwell (Pontydysgu, SP)
George Bekiaridis (Active Citizens Partnership, GR)
10:40 - 11:00Q&A and debate

During the Webinar, we will present tools that allow individuals to create their CV, based on competences (using ESCO descriptors), explain how to use the tool to get new skills and training and to get better jobs

The Career Pathways tools will allow individuals to create their own career paths based on skills, to access available green jobs. They will understand the path to upskill or re-skill to access those future jobs.  The Career Pathways tool will present different pathways and trainings that lead them to progress to better and higher paid jobs. Using visualization tools, it will be possible to get an idea of the most in demand green jobs today and up to 2030. 

The aim will be to deepen the understanding of the importance of the “Career Pathways” project tools as instruments to link labour market needs and adults looking for better jobs in the green economy.

The Erasmus+ "Career Pathways" project is promoted by TecMinho in collaboration with a European partnership of entities from Portugal, Spain, and Greece and aims to develop and test new tools that help adults to access the labour market by providing worked information/"intelligence" on the skills that the labour market wants now and in the future. These tools are specifically targeted at all adult jobseekers and those seeking training to increase their skills for the "good jobs". Support tools for the development of career paths will also be developed for career counselors, employers, training centres and regional policy makers. The aim is to develop career pathways to future jobs and green jobs, working together with Education and Training organizations, employers and career and employment professionals. 

The Webinar "CAREER PATHWAYS AND GREEN SKILLS" will take place entirely online, in English Language.

Participation is free of charge, with previous registration (limited spots).

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