SAFE+

Smart Aspirations Future Employment

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About SAFE+

The project Smart Aspirations Future Employment+ (SAFE+) is a partnership between 6 organisations from UK, Turkey, Romania, Germany , Netherlands and Austria, who have the same institutional needs; youth inclusion for a better life opportunities. It is estimated that about 90% of jobs will require some kind of digital skills in the future (EU2020) making it necessary for education and training institutions to offer training which supports the development of such skills.
The project Smart Aspirations Future Employment+ (SAFE+) is a partnership between 6 organisations from UK, Turkey, Romania, Germany , Netherlands and Austria, who have the same institutional needs; youth inclusion for a better life opportunities. It is estimated that about 90% of jobs will require some kind of digital skills in the future (EU2020) making it necessary for education and training institutions to offer training which supports the development of such skills. SAFE+ project looks to foster the provision and assessment of digital competences by supporting personalised learning approaches, collaborative learning and strategic use of ICT.

The central focus is to raise recognition that Smart City’ vision of the future world by reviewing topics like the Technology and curriclum, Employment skills of the future, Migration, Inclusion in 2030 and beyond. By this year the technological revolution will be promoting artificial intelligence, virtual reality, increase web traffic, introducing hybrid generation, robots etc. Smart City’ vision is shaped by providers of big technology, who are not attuned to bottom-up innovation.

For organisations internationalisation, digitalisation, modernisation can be very difficult, as inexperienced organisations, to get the big picture and apply them to work effectively. It can prove challenging to an organisation whose staff have limited opportunity to gain even the most basic skills necessary to operate effectively into the field of international cooperation (e.g. emailing etiquette or networking basics) to break through. Or for a organisation who has no specialised ICT staff (and that is the case as many organisations don't even have an ICT technician), to implement digitalisation and creativity.

The aim of this project is to share best practice amongst organisations working with limited opportunities, marginalised youth, long-term unemployed from urban and rural areas, young people from migrants and refugee families. SAFE+ Partners selected this theme for the topic using the following methods SWOT analysis and in country research from this it was determined that this project can develop our work for our common needs. Also, we understood that the exclusion of youth from central societal sectors generates tremendous social and economic costs to the society and may even lead to social and political unrest, and our institutions curriculum must have a real development of skills and pedagogical approaches, who are key vehicles for developing the all educational process.

Our Outputs

Literature review about future jobs and skills in countries 

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july 30, 2019

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SAFE+ Team in Nottingham for the Kick-off Meeting

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Meet the Partners

GDA/GLOBAL ENTREPRENEURS

Notthingham, United Knigdom

SHELTER INTERNATIONAL e.V.

Bremen,  Germany

KLEINON SRL

Neamt, Romania

SAFE+ "Smart Aspirations Future Employment +"

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