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Reaching out to "invisible" young people and adults

24/04/2018
por Roseline Le Squère
Idioma: EN

Cedefop propose here : http://www.cedefop.europa.eu/en/publications-and-resources/publications/...

a note on processes, ideas, methods to identify, accompany, support young people and adults, otherwise and often called NEETS.

A ghost adult? A young ghost? Not really. Rather, it is all those people who have left the traditional circuit of training and employment and who have a lot of difficulty getting back on the road. They represent a group of people that professionals sometimes find it difficult to identify. This note, available in 8 European languages ​​gives, in 4 pages, a point of view on processes, examples that can be put in place to better reach and support these audiences.

As a reminder, it is also the priority public of the project Erasmus + NetMe-In which proposes by its site: http://www.netmein.eu/

and its Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyf_Jmm8mr1dBWJg6nz_d-w/featured

a set of capsules for the professionals of the accompaniment and for the Neets. The goal is to promote better uses of professional social networks, better manage his virtual identity to find the way to employment.

For any contact: <freref@freref.rhonealpes.fr>

Roseline Le Squère is EPALE thematic expert in the field of education and training policies. She is also administrative director of the Dupuy de Lôme Research Institute, University of South Brittany.

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