Establishment of Centres for Competence and Employability Development

Co-founded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union.
Project workgroup represented by twelve universities operating in the EU, Russia and Kazakhstan

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COMPETENCE AND EMPLOYABILITY DEVELOPMENT

Within the Bologna Process, employability is understood as 'the ability to gain initial meaningful employment, or to become self-employed, to maintain employment, and to be able to move around within the labour market' (Working Group on Employability 2009). This approach defines the role of higher education against the backdrop of modern requirements.

The role of higher education is 'to equip students with the knowledge, skills and competences that they need in the workplace and that employers require; and to ensure that people have more opportunities to maintain or renew those skills and competences throughout their working lives' (Working Group on Employability 2009).

Successful employment of graduates conforming to their qualification has been a matter of discussion at the state level in the Russian Federation and in the Republic of Kazakhstan. Yet so far, we have witnessed lack of consitency in addresing this issue which resulted in the shortage of SPs to encourage employability and foster interaction between higher educational institutions and employers.

The COMPLETE project is aimed at changing the current situation by establishing Centres for Competence and Employability Development (CCED).



Photo Highlights

More highlights on project training and Consortium meetings are available here

Project training

University of Moribor, Slovenia
March 21-24, 2017

Consortium meeting

Piraeus University of Applied Sciences (Athens), Greece. September 19-22, 2016

Training

Fachhochschule des Mittelstands (FHM), Bielefeld, Germany. May 17-21, 2016

Project monitoring

Narxoz University, Kazakhstan
May 27, 2016

Project monitoring

Don State Technical University, Russia
June 10, 2016

Kick-off meeting

Voronezh State University, Voronezh, Russia
November 23-26, 2015

Project Workgroup

Project workgroup is represented by twelve universities operating in
Germany, Greece, Slovenia, Russia and the Republic of Kazakhstan

Germany

FHM

Greece

PUAS

Slovenia

UM

Germany

INBAS

Russia

DSTU

Russia

PSU

Russia

IUT

Russia

MIIGAiK

Russia

VSU

Kazakhstan

KEUK

Kazakhstan

SSUS

Kazakhstan

NU

CCEDs Interactive Map

To navigate through the geography of CCEDs supported by the Complete project, please visit our interactive map

Interactive Map of CCEDs