"From School Class to Business Class" - final event in Sofia

http://www.ecq-bg.com//documents/Final_Logo_864.jpgOn 03.08.2017 (Thursday) at Best Western City Hotel, Sofia, 6 Stara Planina Str., a multiplier event under the Erasmus+ project “From School Class to Business Class” ( https://sc2bc.eu/) will be held. The main outputs of the project’s activities will be presented at the event – an entrepreneurship training course for vocational students, methodology and state-of-the art report. All who are interested in the innovation of Vocational Education and Training are welcome!

Please confirm your attendance at e-mail: office@ecq-bg.com by 25.07.2017.
Should you have any questions, contact us at: 02 / 971 89 32 or 0884 650 411.

We are looking forward to meeting you at SC2BC event!

Background of the project
SC2BC is a European project in which 8 partners from Bulgaria, the Netherlands, Slovenia, Iceland and Italy have engaged in a serious effort to innovate our vocational education. As our economy (and society as a whole) is changing, we see that young professionals are not just moving from school to lifelong employment in one and the same organisation: they will start a career leading them from one workplace to another over the years and more than just a few will choose to run their own business. To this evolution of professionals themselves we may add the tendency that many companies in European societies nowadays prefer independent self-employed professionals to perform the tasks at hand, rather than accepting the risks attached to employing people. This (r)evolution of the labour market presents new demands to the future workforce, the youngsters who are now in education: people are required to manage their careers and many of them will also manage their own companies.

http://www.ecq-bg.com//documents/eu_flag_co_funded_pos_[rgb]_left_863.jpgThe project SC2BC (ref. № 2014-1-NL01-KA200-001185) 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.


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