Publication of the third newsletter of the Job Broker project.

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We present the third Job Broker Newsletter Project: Competency and learning development for Job Broker in the EU.

After the design and development of the Job Broker professional profile and curriculum, piloted by a variety of experts in several workshops performed with the partner countries and presented at the Larissa Conference (Greece). Now we are starting a new stage leading to validate and certificate the Job Broker Curriculum, at a National and European level.

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EPHT (Employer Programme for Hospitality and Tourism) Project website and Facebook page

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EPHT, is a project aimed at training centers, students and companies in the hospitality industry at local and European level.

This initiative seeks to strengthen the relationship between educational institutions and the hospitality and tourism industry, to improve the curriculum in order to meet the needs of the sector. It aims to design a systematic methodology for the development of a successful employment program; create and develop an electronic platform as a tool to facilitate this methodology and develop a best practices guide.

From DOCUMENTA, we invite you to know the Facebook page and the Website of the EPHT project. (

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Newsletter nº1 QC-VET project

QC-VET newsletter1DOCUMENTA is working on a innovate project to promote the QA culture in VET providers through the motivation and participation of the teaching staff.

First newsletter of the project has been released in which you can get information on the objectives and results that we aim to achieve. If you are teacher/trainer in VET we encourage you to take a look to see how the project can help to improve the quality assurance in your VET centre.

The purpose of this project is to carry out research reports, seminars and to elaborate guidelines with a participatory approach for involving of teaching staff in the EQAVET quality process.

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Methodology for early warning detection of risk for Early School Leaving

5.6 million Young people (18-24) in Europe are early school leavers, and they are at heightened risk of poor participation in the labour market and social exclusion over their entire life course.

The project SEE-ME (ESL) aims to elaborate an early warning mechanism which enables schools to detect pupils at risk at as early stage as possible, and take proper actions to prevent ESL.

Visit our website and know more about guidelines and tools for analysis and prevention on ESL. You will find detailed information on the framework and methodology of prevention of early school leaving as well as an interesting Quick Scan tool that will help you analyse the school's efforts in preventing ESL.

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