The most crucial questioning among young people following their graduation is the employment prospect. Working abroad is a possibility that many young people and their families take seriously under consideration.
Research in VET proves that students should be offered supplementary training in order to further develop their personal and professional competences and therefore, improve their chances of employment.
Erasmus has played a major role in the life of a young person, and this story, perhaps not exactly the same, but one of the many that can give people wings to discover themselves and achieve their goals and just be a happy and productive person creating wellbeing around them.
We almost finishing another school year and almost 200 EPATV students are now wishing for a place in the job market after many years of investment in their training. At this time, we can turn ourselves to our students and ask them: what can you do to be “employable”?