Promoting the Agenda for New Skills and Jobs

The project aims to support social partners in the development of a taxonomy of personal skills and competences and innovative assessment tools that could enable workers to bridge the skills mismatch and offer them individual learning pathways.

Project Partners:

DGB-Bildungswerk, SOLIDAR, Amsterdam Institute for Advanced Labour Studies (AIAS), Arbetarnas Bildningsförbund (ABF), Fagligt Internationalt Center(FIC), European Trade Union Institute (ETUI).


November 2011 – December 2012


  • 7-9 December Pilot Seminar II, Hattingen
  • 28 November: Expert Round Tabe, Brussels | Event report
  • 2 September Pilot Seminar I, Hattingen
  • 21 March 2012: European Round Table, Paris | Event report
  • 1-2 December 2011 Kick off meeting, Dusseldorf

Main publications:


Funded by:

European Commission’s DG Employment, Social Affairs and Employment.


Agata Patecka, Education and Lifelong Learning Officer

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