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UPthEM Multiplier event in Bulgaria

2021-10-18 14:32:00 Views: 375 Comments: 0

On October 15, 2021 the multiplier event of Erasum+ project  „Upskilling pathways for employability“ (UPthEM), was held in the Conference Hall "Rectorate" of the Academy of Economics "D. A. Tsenov ” in Svishtov.  The final event was held in partnership between the Association of Danube River Municipalities "Danube", a partner in the project, and the University of the Danube City. ADRM "Danube" is part of an international consortium for the implementation of the UPthEM project, together with organizations from Bulgaria, Romania, Greece, Poland and Spain.

The event for dissemination of results was opened by Ms. Maria Tzankova, Executive Director of ADRM "Danube", and Cheaf Assistant Professor Dr. Julian Gospodinov, Lecturer in the Department of Strategic Planning at the Academy of Economics. 23 representatives of the Center for Vocational Training at the Academy, the Professional State Trade High School "Dimitar Hadzhivasilev", the Directorate "Labor Office" - Svishtov, members of the academic community, students, PhD students and teachers took part.

The team of ADRM "Danube" presented the results of the project - framework, structure, methods and activities of theinnovative UPthEM training program to increase employment opportunities and employment of disadvantaged people (people facing socio-cultural, economic and geographical barriers, people with disabilities), a collection of video success stories of entrepreneurs from five European countries, results of training and information events. Specific ideas for the future implementation of the program for promotion of entrepreneurship in the Bulgarian Danube municipalities, in particular in the municipality of Svishtov, were discussed. The Executive Director of ADRM "Danube" declares that all created resources are freely available for use and can be used in training programs in the secondary schools, higher education centres, vocational training centers, labor offices and others.

 

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