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Skills Centre for Migrants




Omnia’s Skills Centre for Migrants was developed by a multi-professional team representing various TVET stakeholders, including relevant government authorities, employment offices, and Espoo’s local municipality, to address a gap in services for unemployed migrants. Omnia’s approach is to empower people and build the programme content on people’s competencies. Each learner has a personalized plan and a designated Career Counsellor who follows their progress. Other professionals working directly with learners include teachers, social workers, nurses, and work life coaches. From the very beginning, a focus is made on building a common understanding of why and how the Skills Centre supports the learning process and integration of migrants.

Institution: Omnia - The Joint Authority of Education in the Espoo Region
Pays:Finland
Focus: Migration





 

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