We are looking back on a very productive partner meeting in (again) Cyprus. Now we are heading for successful implementation, two further transition coach courses and an evaluation. We released all content relating to the development of the INTENSE approach
While starting a new phase in our project, we are focused on the transition process. We offer for partners, stakeholders external interrested institutions a guide /framework that explains the meaning of transition in the context of integrating NEETs.
All material we already composed, collected, assembled and implemented in site’s Learning Management System (LMS) will be revised in the near future. The thought behind is that we have to make open educational ressources (OER) out of it. This way
We decided to expand our social media activities with a twitter account. Feel free to follow us on
We are heading for our first Transition Coach Course. The course will take place from 28 May until 1 June in ABS Schmöckwitz.
All participants are invited to log in our learnig management system in order to prepare with background
We did the next step forward and signed for a youtube channel. There are you will find video presentations that will inform about the coaching tools and the backgrounds. We will use the channel to offer the presentations everybody who
We agreed about designing a Project Charter as a core output of INTENSE for all interested parties. In the Charter we assemble all necessary aspects that are need to be considered by implementing the integrated approach. There you can find
In our 3rd Partner Meeting from 6th to 9th November 2017 the consortium did a great progress. The improvements are done in the following aspects:
creating a training program for transition coaches
setup of a digital learning environment
We would like to visualise the structure with the help of a few slides. Structure in this context means 2 things:
a clear texture of the content and
a time line to recognise what we did and what we
In line with Eurofound 2015 (social inclusion of young people) and following the authors of this publication this project called INTENSE focuses on effective initiatives promoting the transition from school-to-work of young people belonging to the NEET category.