The partners of the Erasmus+ project DIMESCA - Digital, MEdiation, Skills in lifelong CAeer Guidance have been looking for good practices in the field of digital facilitation and inclusion in lifelong career guidance services.
About 10 “good practices” sheets have already been produced among partners. So we would like to gather more in order to learn from each other and disseminate them on other territories! As we want to capitalize these good practices in lifelong career guidance, any new contribution from outside is more than welcome. Feel free to contact us if you want to share your good practice with us!
The DIMESCA project, led by the Réseau International des Cités des métiers, started in September 2018 and is now in mid-way through its path. It gathers 9 partner organizations working in the fields of career guidance, education and vocational training, economic development; and covers 7 European countries: France, Italy, Spain, Lithuania, Romania, Germany and Switzerland.
The project includes the development of activities in 3 areas: basic digital competences, e-administration, and e-reputation. So far, the partners of the project organized:
- 2 transnational meetings enabling the exchange of practices,
- 2 training sessions for professionals of the digital in lifelong guidance, about:
- digital watch,
- digital basic skills and e-administration.
- training session about e-reputation, 11th-13th of December 2019 in Mulhouse (FR),
- training session on the global animation in digital inclusion and facilitation in June 2020 in Zaragosa (ES),
- final meeting in September 2020 (FR), open to external experts.
The training sessions gathered approximatively 20 persons each time, and there is a diversity of participants among professionnals : counsellors, digital facilitators & stewards, reception officers, IT officers, librarians, etc. The results have been very satisfied at this stage :
- more than 35 professionals trained on digital facilitation and inclusion
- very good feedback about the level and quality of the sharing of practices : around 90% of satisfaction rate among participants