Erasmus+ (KA2): C.O.P.E. Success in Funding Award

CCW – Training Academy is delighted to announce that we have now received confirmation that we have been successful in our application with Erasmus+ (KA2), C.O.P.E. Project. Mike Tan the director is very pleased with the outcome and would like to thank all our partners and CCW team members for the excellent work and collaboration.

For more information please click here: http://ec.europe.eu/programmes/erasmus-plus 

Brief Description of the project (Connecting Opportunities for People in Europe – C.O.P.E.)

C.O.P.E. is complementary to the E2MP project (https://www.careerchangewales.co.uk/e2mp-project/) developed by the same consortium. While E2MP trains the youth managers, C.O.P.E. will train the youth, with young people with fewer opportunities (pwfo).

C.O.P.E.’s rationale is focused on two top key elements of the EU policies: social inclusion and unemployment among youth with fewer opportunities.

C.O.P.E. can be considered as one of the European Commissioner, Tibor Navracsics, affirmations’ solution: ‘Young people need the opportunity to develop the skills and competences which help them to find their place in the labour market and in society as a whole.”

C.O.P.E. aims to:

  1. Connect young people in Europe with the aim at increasing social inclusion, promoting EU values, diversity acceptance and inter-cultural and social dialogue.
  2. COPE encourages the youth to support their peers in need thought voluntarism and learning exchanges.
  3. Fight against long-term work/training inactivity.
  4. Increase young people with fewer opportunities basic skills through simplified training and peer learning;
  5. Connect young people with fewer opportunities with job centres and inform them about European job support and initiatives
  6. Make Erasmus+ accessible to everyone and motivate young people with fewer opportunities to take part in a mobility project with the aim at:
  7. Increasing young people with fewer opportunity employability and social skills;
  8. Decrease young people’s fears related to mobility through guidance.
  • Target group – Young people and young people with fewer opportunities in Europe.
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