On the occasion of commencing the next phase of the IN-WORK Project, the consortium successfully hosted an engaging international webinar yesterday, 1 February 2024.
The online event aimed to introduce the IN-WORK project to a wider audience and generate excitement for the upcoming piloting phase. This phase will be testing the innovative work-integrated learning activities designed to facilitate the entry of young people with special needs into the labour market. This is a significant milestone in the project timeline and takes the project a step closer towards the overall objective to empower young people with special needs in joining the workforce.
Led by the University of Macerata, the consortium’s lead partner, the webinar provided a comprehensive overview of the project, outlining its vision, objectives, and the progress achieved to date.
The University of Rovira I Virgili detailed the consortium’s efforts in crafting the piloting protocol, which forms the basis for the upcoming piloting phase. JAMK University then showcased practical examples of work-integrated learning activities implemented at its institution, sharing valuable insights and success stories.
Eucen wrapped up the event by shedding light on the project’s dissemination activities, highlighting the objectives and the progress to date. The IN-WORK partners were happy to present their collaborative work and extended gratitude to all participants for their interest in the project.
Resources are available for download
The consortium invites interested parties to check the website, here, all reports, guides and materials that have been developed so far are freely available for consultation online and to download.
Anyone interested in hearing more or getting involved in the upcoming piloting phase is welcome to get in touch with the IN-WORK team.