PESE 

PESE – Professional English Skills For Employability Across EU

Description

This project aims to start research at the labour market in partner countries and establish the type of English skills employers currently require from their employees. This information will be collated in the form of a handbook/guide to serve as a reference from which we can then establish a framework for a curriculum. The curriculum will then form the basis of an e- course on professional English skills targeted towards unemployed people in Europe. The hope is that this e-course will help to upskill the participants and increase their probability of finding employment.

Objectives

1. Make high quality professional English training available for specifically unemployed citizens across Europe.

2. Produce a sensible ready-to-go framework for a curriculum for professional English that can have an impact on Language teachers and trainers.

3. Upskill unemployed citizens with professional English skills that are actually required by employers.

Consortium

  • Eurospeak (UK)
  • MECB (Malta)
  • COFAC (Portugal)
  • TEAM4EXCELLENCE (Romania)
  • Center for Social Innovation – CSI (Cyprus)
  • BABEL IDIOMAS (Spain)

At a glance:

PESE 
Co-Funded by the EU

Project Duration:

24 months

Project Start:

01/10/2020

Project End:

30/09/2022

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Project Number:

2020-1-UK01-KA202-079035

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