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The project centres around two elements: providing practitioners with a complete, engaging and easy to use digital training framework, and introducing advanced tools for e-guidance, based on artificial intelligence.
The rapid acceleration of automation, particularly amid the Covid-19 pandemic, have pushed the future of the workforce into the present. These challenges highlight the need to offer guidance practitioners a fresh approach to supporting skills development for the jobs of the future.
A unique online learning platform will feature 19 digitalised interactive case studies that address each of the 19 ‘Professionalising Career Guidance’ competences (Cedefop). The e-learning platform will facilitate peer-assisted learning through the Community of Practice to exchange ideas, problem-solve, and share effective practice.
An ambitious, complex and innovative project, GeGS will be implemented over a period of 36 months. This large-scale policy action will enable the testing and production of high-quality products and intellectual outputs and results.