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Challenges, strategies, methodology of work

Margrét Sverrisdóttir

on 17 November 2012

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Match Skills to Labour Market Needs Almost 300 projects analysed Project selection Steering Committee AIMS Collection of LLP-projects: All partners proposed a total of 294 projects which were filtered to 140 potentially relevant projects for judgement of experts.
Results 60 good practice projects and finally 22 best practice projects
Projects were judged in terms of multiplier potential: transferability, accessibillity and potential impact. METHODOLOGY European labour market challenges Liaise with relevant stakeholders at European and national level

Organise events on subjects related to the theme

Promote "Best practice" projects

Disseminate through National Agencies’ channels

Participate in events: European thematic events, conferences and national events

Create a positive image of the network

Collect articles/information on the theme DISSEMINATION 3 years plan Leonardo, Grundtvig, Erasmus, Comenius Recommendations of expert report on how to achieve the goals - 4 key themes

1. Investment in Skills Upgrading for Individuals and Employers
2. Bringing Education, Training and Work closer together
3. Developing the Right Mix of Skills
4. Better Anticipating Skills Needs Apprenticeship & work based learning Policy Education Sectoral development professionals Student-centered approach I. Iceland, setting the scene II. Belgium, Journey of Skills III.Hungary, Bridging the Skills Gap IV. Estonia, Matching Skills to Labour Market Needs Focus of NSN National follow-up seminars The New Skills Network has been presented during several events at European level e.g. sectoral meetings in Brussels, (Leonardo da Vinci,Grundtvig,Erasmus)

The web page of the New Skills Network has been posted on the LLP European website.
All partner countries put the link of the NSN website on their national websites.

The New Skills Network flyer has been distributed at various events, both national and European

The New Skills Network digital newsletter has been sent to all partners who disseminated it further to their contacts. IMAGE - PROMOTION low paper interactive Providing a ready-made Prezi for the partners and get them to present it. Partners could plan what information was relevant to their audience and realistic in their allocated time and set a path through the presentation. Events HOW ? Social media V. Final conference
Denmark´s presidency Who ? - making ways to contribute to the theme
- providing a discussion forum Identifying stakeholders
WHO ? Professional design Clear aims = WHY ? WHO ? Linking aims to events = HOW ? Professional image NSN criteria for successful dissemination
Margret Sverrisdóttir THANK YOU! Measuring success Flexibility FOLLOW-UP Decision makers
Social organisations
Educational institutions
Political institutions
HE institutions
Continuing education
Employers and employee organisations
Directorates of Labour
Occupational Councils
Statistical offices
Committees of Regions
Upper secondary schools.. Cedefop IS Parliament OECD Impact
In Iceland the network was presented to the Ministry of Culture and Education and to the Ministry of Social Affairs, and to various stakeholders both within education and the labour market (like occupational councils)
The reaction of the ministries was very positive and both ministers addressed in person the first seminar of the project, held in Reykjavik in June 2010.

The NSN met Parliament Committee of Education to discuss the importance of skills forecasting and that resulted in Iceland participating for the first time in Cedefop´s skills forecasting. Example of impact at national level Increased
awareness SUCCESS FACTORS Weaknesses Number of new projects KEY ELEMENTS Best practice projects getting "old" Recommendations close to end of network Hard to "know" projects Sustainability of NSN after it´s lifecycle ?
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