From 2004 we approached the problem of career education of children 8400 children have been offered vocational guidance, more than 30000 secondary education children from rural areas have participated at career orientation activities and 18000 parents have been trained on approaching career related themes with their children. The activities took place in Iasi, Suceava, Botosani, Neamt, Vaslui, Bacau, Galati and Vrancea.
Between 2011-2013, 857 teachers from the entire region of Moldova have participated at training courses in the field of career orientation during 40 training sessions with curricula accredited by the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport.
“Career guidance to students. Best practices identified in the project ACTIV” (2013)
“Career orientation and counselling. The pupil’s manual” (2011)
“Career orientation and counselling. The teacher’s guide” (2011)
“Guide for my career” (2006)
“A small guide for a great career – guide for the insertion of young people on the labour market” (2006)
“Counselling for your future. The pupil’s manual” (2005)
“Counselling for your future. The teacher’s guide” (2005)
Beneficiaries of activities
”Career skills for youth – investment in the future”
”Reducing labour and sexual exploitation and children trafficking in the selected communities from Botosani county, Romania”
”Preventing juvenile delinquency in the schools and high schools of Iasi”
”The counselling office – a friend for children, adolescents … and not only”
”Crime prevention campaign – Safety for all”
”Youngsters against delinquency – project based on volunteers, in partnership with Youth Crime Watch of America”
”Training teachers on working with home alone children to prevent juvenile delinquency”
”Partnership for inclusion (partner)”
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