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YourMove App to guide the trainer of young students towards personal and professional development

The NextMove projects aims to offer a comprehensive educational programme for personal development and social activity of the youth entering the job market.

The first product of the NextMove project is an E-handbook for Trainers, youth coaches and HR workers which is a compendium of practical knowledge, divided in two units.

Motivation, recruitment, case study - coaching tips

30 scenarios that include five development areas:

  • building responsibility for assigned tasks,
  • teamwork
  • receiving information and providing feedback,
  • how to speak your mind to be understood,
  • proactivity - take matters in your own hands.

The second product is YourMove App, available in Google Play.

Based on the previous e-handbook, the app includes flashcards divided on topics and lessons; each of the topics is divided into 10 lessons including several e-flashcards for quick learning.

e-flashcards are part of the first product handbook, to be used as a practical activity that complements the scenarios but also the app can be played as self-learning, to increase awareness and self-reflection.

Try the App on

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.cidet.yourmoveapp

Access the project website on:

http://nextmove.wellsol.eu/

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