YES ME

Ita

Cos’è?

Yes Me è un progetto europeo che ha offerto a 20 giovani di età compresa fra i 21 e i 29 anni la possibilità di partecipare ad un percorso di attività che per trovare più facilmente lavoro.

A chi si rivolge?

Il progetto era rivolto a giovani con i seguenti requisiti:

  • età compresa tra i 21 ed i 29 anni
  • aver conseguito al massimo la licenza di scuola dell’obbligo
  • non avere nessun rapporto di lavoro in corso
  • domicilio in uno dei 70 Comuni appartenenti al Centro per l’Impiego di Ivrea (vd elenco al fondo)*
  • conoscenza della lingua italiana. (se cittadino/a straniero/a attestazione di conoscenza della lingua italiana almeno di livello B1)

Quali sono le attività proposte?

Le attività proposte hanno inteso aiutare i giovani a trovare nuove opportunità di lavoro e a sviluppare competenze utili in qualsiasi contesto lavorativo (es. lavorare in gruppo, rispettare i ruoli, autostima, ecc…).

Alcune di queste sono:

  • Laboratori interattivi (teatro, nuove tecnologie, blog, social network, ecc.)
  • Tirocini presso imprese
  • Servizio Volontario Civile

Dove e quando?

Centro per l’Impiego di Ivrea, da settembre 2012 a giugno 2013.

 

*Elenco comuni appartenenti al Centro per l’Impiego di Ivrea:

Ivrea,  Agliè, Albiano D’ Ivrea, Alice Superiore, Andrate, Azeglio, Bairo, Baldissero Canavese, Banchette, Barone Canavese, Bollengo, Borgofranco di Ivrea, Borgomasino, Brosso, Burolo, Caravino, Carema, Caluso, Candia Canavese, Cuceglio, Cascinette Di Ivrea, Castellamonte, Chiaverano, Colleretto Giacosa, Cossano Canavese, Fiorano Canavese, Issiglio, Lessolo, Loranzè, Lugnacco, Mazzè, Mercenasco, Montalenghe, Maglione, Meugliano, Montalto Dora, Nomaglio, Orio Canavese, Palazzo Canavese, Parella, Pavone Canavese, Pecco, Perosa Canavese, Piverone, Quagliuzzo, Quassolo, Quincinetto, Romano Canavese, Rueglio, Salerano Canavese, Samone, Scarmagno, Settimo Rottaro, Settimo Vittone, Strambino, Strambinello, Tavagnasco, Torre Canavese, Trausella, Traversella, Vestignè, Vico Canavese, Vidracco, Vistrorio, San Giorgio Canavese, San Giusto Canavese, San Martino Canavese, Vialfrè, Villareggia, Vische

 

Uk

The project sought to contribute towards the definition of innovative instruments and intervention programmes supporting labour mobility among young people with a high risk of occupational exclusion, in order to combat and reduce the effects that the recent financial crisis has produced, and continues to produce, to a particularly large extent on this section of the population.

The project sought to intervene, in particular, in support of job mobility and to give priority to certain specific aspects of transitions between labour market statuses:

a) inactive -> employed
b) unemployed -> employed

Since the project sought to intervene in strengthening the personal and transversal skills of recipients, strengthening individual capacity to find a job and to interact with the job market, its results may have positive medium- and long-term effects also on other aspects of mobility, such as:

a) job to job
b) occupational mobility (profile, content and career)
c) temporary employed -> permanent employed
d) employed -> self-employed
e) forced mobility -> voluntary mobility

The general objective, described above, have been achieved in compliance with the objectives of the call and with the priorities of the Annual Plan 2010 of the PROGRESS programme, through the following specific objectives:

– increasing competitiveness of the target population on the job market through a programme of structuring and strengthening of personal skills (self-esteem, relational abilities, self management and communication skills) and transversal skills (problem solving and analytical skills, ability to work in a team, linguistic skills and digital competences, knowledge of labour market rules, ability to look for a job, ability in facing a job interview,…)

– encouraging, through the development of personal and transversal skills, the willingness and capacity of the target group to apply for courses to improve those technical skills required by the local job market (for example, vocational training courses funded by the ESF, employment workshops, work experience)

– promoting the effectiveness of innovative tools addressed to increase target group’s ability to enter into the labour market by the definition and experimentation of modular process able to be adapted on personal basis

– promoting the construction of a network of stakeholders, at local and european countries, involved in the training and employment system for the purpose of strengthening links between them and, in particular, between the business world, the education and training sector and local employment services

– contributing towards defining policies and programmes for active inclusion of the target group in order to reduce the risk of social marginalisation and the consequent effects on the local system as a whole

– strengthening the effectiveness of Public Employment Services aimed at the target population in terms of instruments, communications methods and the organisation of services.

 

Fr
YES-ME vise à améliorer les méthodes d’intervention pour faciliter l’accès à l’emploi des jeunes en grande difficulté L’accès des jeunes à l’emploi et la mobilité choisie, qu’elle soit géographique ou à l’intérieur de l’entreprise, voire même pour accéder à une formation qualifiante, dépendent d’un ensemble de compétences personnelles et transversales (estime de soi, communication, capacité à travailler en équipe, capacité à résoudre des problèmes, maîtrise de la langue vernaculaire et de l’anglais, connaissance des pratiques du marché du travail…).

YES-ME – Young Employment System for Mobility in Europe – cherche à mieux connaître ces compétences, en relation avec les besoins des entreprises et les contextes socio-économiques des partenaires, dans la Province de Turin et en Auvergne, pour élaborer un modèle d’accompagnement individualisé qui sera testé et déployé dans un premier temps dans les centres pour l’emploi de la région d’Ivrea. Ce sont particulièrement les jeunes de 21 à 29 ans, avec un faible niveau d’éducation et de formation qui sont concernés.

Pour construire ce modèle, différentes pratiques d’insertion sont analysées, des informations sont recueillies auprès des entreprises, des jeunes et des professionnels de l’insertion. Une recherche bibliographique est également conduite. Nous partagerons avec vous sur ce site l’avancement de nos travaux.

YES-ME est cofinancé par le programme PROGRESS de l’Union européenne.