European project aims to develop employability skills

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ASDAN is proud to be supporting the European Union Erasmus+ project, Get There – Journey to Employment. This project is the result of collaborative working between partners in six EU member states and aims to tackle the issue of youth unemployment and improve young people’s employability skills.

The purpose of the Get There project is to provide an effective programme for learners moving into employment. The programme is based around ASDAN’s Employability Skills Development Course and a Mentoring Programme designed by Europeace Youth (Diagrama Foundation). 

For more information on the project and our partners, visit www.getthereproject.eu