One of the greatest challenges that Europe faces is upgrading, adapting and widening the skills portfolio of individuals to create and fill the jobs of tomorrow. Currently, the challenge in education and training is to find new ways of engaging people in learning processes
. In this context, the project Play4Guidance (P4G)
introduces an innovative Business Game
with the aim to train and guide students and young unemployed on entrepreneurial, transversal and mathematical skills.
Project’s main objectives is to produce an effective European tool able to:
- support students and unemployed in developing basic math, economic, digital and entrepreneurial transversal skills with a strong focus on problem solving and leadership
- allow students and unemployed to self-evaluate their skills, understand what being an entrepreneur means and realise what skills they need to improve on,
- support various institutions such as guidance centres, job centres, SMEs, companies and universities in evaluating participant skills and guiding them through training and skill-building.
Play4Guidance (P4G) is project funded by European Union through th Erasmus+ Programme
. The partners involved are: Fondazione Politecnico di Milano (project coordinator) the other partner are: Università Carlo Cattaneo, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Tekkekoy Ilce Milli Egitim Mudurlugu, Dublin City University, Hochschule Ruhr West, Bulgarian Industrial Association – Union of the Bulgarian Business
and Science View - Hellenic Association of Science Journalists, Science Writers and Science Communicators
Further information at www.play4guidance.eu