DigEMPLOY
Welcome to DigEmploy the website for the development of Digital skills for the Employment of Women, Migrants and NEETS! This innovative Erasmus+ KA2 project promotes equal opportunities and social-labour inclusion of technologically low-skilled women in the job market.

DigEmploy - Digital skills for the Employment of Women, Migrants and NEETS is a KA220-VET - Cooperation partnerships in vocational education and training project that runs from December 2022 to November 2024.

The DigEMPLOY project aims to help WoMiN adapt to the digital transformation through the development of digital readininess, resilience and capacity. As it was proven, providing trainers with well thought – out and innovative methodologies, practitioners can help their learners. 

Taking this into account, DigEMPLOY is considering different contexts and backgrounds of the practioners from the participating European countries to then evaluate effective applications of digital technology.

What is more, one of the project’s objectives is to make it customisable and adjustable for a wide range of learner profiles. Women, migrants and NEETs face challenges which prove to be persistent and there is a clear need to design and implement alternative integration methods.

Addressing the needs of the long – term unemployed, refugees, asylum seekers and WoMiN demands, considerable skill, dedication and often adult educators working with these most marginalised groups, tend to have less resources, training and be the least supported.

In the internet age, it is essential to focus on the skills of educators and the resources available to them if any significant progress is to be made in favour of the most marginalised. It is essential to support the EU in effective approaches to support marginalised groups in taking an active part in society and gain employment.

The DigEMPLOY project aims to help WoMiN adapt to the digital transformation through the development of digital readininess, resilience and capacity. As it was proven, providing trainers with well thought – out and innovative methodologies, practitioners can help their learners. 

Taking this into account, DigEMPLOY is considering different contexts and backgrounds of the practioners from the participating European countries to then evaluate effective applications of digital technology.

What is more, one of the project’s objectives is to make it customisable and adjustable for a wide range of learner profiles. Women, migrants and NEETs face challenges which prove to be persistent and there is a clear need to design and implement alternative integration methods.

Addressing the needs of the long – term unemployed, refugees, asylum seekers and WoMiN demands, considerable skill, dedication and often adult educators working with these most marginalised groups, tend to have less resources, training and be the least supported.

In the internet age, it is essential to focus on the skills of educators and the resources available to them if any significant progress is to be made in favour of the most marginalised. It is essential to support the EU in effective approaches to support marginalised groups in taking an active part in society and gain employment.

Objectives

DigEmploy has set the following objectives:

Results

As part of DigEmploy’s vision, we will:

Target groups

DigEmploy aims to specifically engage:
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