The JOBS4ALL Consortium has been working hard on the implementation of the project results in order to set up employment hubs through a targeted employability programme.

Specifically, all partner countries have conducted their Focus Groups with all target groups, namely Youth Workers, Parents, Employers and Policy Makers and have also concluded their peer review sessions. The results of the findings can be seen in the specially designed infographics, which are available at:

https://jobs4all-project.eu/pr1/

In addition, the Mapping Tool with businesses and organisations that offer employability guidance and information to people with disabilities has been finalized and is available at:

https://jobs4all-project.eu/mapping-tool/

On 29 and 30 March 2023, the project’s consortium met for the second time (and first in person) in Athens, Greece at the premises of the 2nd VET School Agia Paraskevi. Partners exchanged good practices and proceeded with peer review for further transnational cooperation and also had a very productive discussion about the Competence Framework and the training pack addressed to Young People with disabilities.

Since then, the consortium has been working primarily on the development of the training materials for all involved target groups (young people with disabilities, youth workers/professionals, and employers) as well as the e-tools that will host them. In particular, the e-learning and communication platform has been designed and developed by the Demokritos team and is available at:

https://jobs4all.iit.demokritos.gr/

At the same time, all partners have been providing interactive scenarios and activities based on the training materials to the Emphasys Team, which has been working on the development of the Virtual Reality (VR Game).

The aim is to present both the training materials and the accompanying e-tools at the next transnational project meeting to take place in Berlin on 4 and 5 December 2023. There partners will have the opportunity to discuss them, in order to work on them and finalize them ahead of the C1 short-term joint staff training (train the youth workers) to take place in Cyprus on the week of 29 January to 2 February 2024.