ENHANCEMENT OF MIGRANTS ABILITIES AND RECOGNITION OF THEIR ACQUIRED COMPETENCES IN EUROPE

Kick off meeting in Valencia, Spain

 

In December 2016 all partners attended a kick-off meeting and shared experiences from each country in relation to migrant competences and labour integration. They set up short-term tasks and agreed on project activities for the coming months:

  • conducting comparative research and desk analysis in the field of competence recognition at
  • transnationl level.
  • creating a catalogue of the needs, profiles and professional competences in the agrobusiness;
  • conducting case studies in the areas involved in agribusiness
  • Identification of the main profiles demanded in the agribusiness market

5-6 October 2017

 

Embrace project partners gathered in Vejle, Denmark and discussed the main results of the research on methodologies in partner countries, the migrant dynamics and the identification of the main profiles demanded in the agribusiness market. The grounds for developing the catalogue of professional needs were laid.

September - December 2017

 

Interviews with stakeholders and target group representatives on defining professional profiles in agri-food sector.

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22 March 2018 International Meeting

 

The professional profiles of the agro-food sector: an opportunity for integration of migrants

Good approaches for a sustainable promotion of professional profiles of tomorrow

 

Apprentices, career counsellors, educators, experts, trainees, trainers, refugees and volunteers, from the Tübingen-Reutlingen area and from Europe speak about their experience.

 

A meeting with cross-cultural buffet

Thursday,  22 March 2018, 17 - 19 H

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Europaplatz 7, 72072 Tübingen

 

 

The Professional profiles of the Agri-Food sector: an opportunity for integration of migrants

 

Under this motto the Embrace partners held in March 2018 an international meeting in Tübingen, Germany and invited apprentices, career counsellors, educators, experts, trainees, trainers, refugees and volunteers to discuss and share ideas on labour market integration of migrants and present the first project outcome: The Catalogue of the Needs, Profiles and Professional skills in the agri-food sector.

 

 

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.