CCCA-BTP talks about equality in the French magazine Education Permanente

Media, Noticias EN
Under the title “Women Can Build: Training women in construction trades” the French Partners Comité de Concertation et de Coordination de l’Apprentissage du Bâtiment et des Travaux Publics (CCCA-BTP) have brought the Project closer to the French public. The special edition of the magazine Education Permanente “L’apprentissage dans le BTP: une expertise en action” (trans.…

More than a decade, working for the incorporation of women in construction from the Fundación Laboral de Las Palmas

Noticias EN, Testimonies
Fundación Laboral de la Construcción of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria has been working for over a decade on training and employment projects aimed at breaking down gender barriers and creating an industry on an equal footing, thanks to the support and collaboration that the joint entity maintains with other local and regional public institutions,…

The Agencia para el Empleo de Madrid, at M21 Radio

Media, Noticias EN
Last November 28th, Women Can Build sat down at the Objetivo Empleo M21 Radio microphones, to bring the European project closer to the people of Madrid. Carmen Gutierrez Olondriz, employment technician of Agencia para el Empleo de Madrid and part of the Women Can Build team, was in charge of explaining the objectives and the…

New European report on glass ceilings: Women in management

European Union, Noticias EN
The gender inequality remains a defining characteristic of European labour markets. Despite rising participation in the labour force, women’s careers remain concentrated in specific jobs and economic sectors. Moreover, their career mobility and advancement through the ranks into management remain limited (identify as a glass ceiling). In connection with the specific working conditions of management…

Parisian meeting of Women can Build: keys and outputs for the project

Meetings, Noticias EN
The second partnership meeting of the ‘Women can build’ project belonging to Erasmus+ programme, took place in Paris at 5th-6th July. A valuable and productive session in which the gender equality in the construction sector was approached. The meeting was focused on two principal overviews. The first one, is about the three essential actions to…

How to promote adult learning in the workplace

European Union
The globalization, automation, and digitalization have tested the knowledge of the employees, whose have required to upskill and re-skill for increase their competitiveness inside the labor market. This fact has affected in a high way to the adults, who are working or have a stable employment. They need to refresh their own skills and develop…

Waiting for the results of the public consultation of the European Commission to review the rules applicable to construction products

The Departments Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship and SMEs, of the European Commission, created the 22th of January a public consultation on EU rules for products used in the construction of buildings and infrastructure works. The public consultation, which ended on April 16, was done in the framework of Regulation (EU) n ° 305/2011 which provide…

Teaching career in Europe and their requirements

European Union, Noticias EN
The role of teachers is becoming increasingly important as Europe addresses its educational, social and economic challenges. The technological impact create pressure in the profession that needs to adapt to the new students generation. For understand this situation, The Eurydice Teaching Careers in Europe: Access, Progression and Support report contributes to the body of evidence…

Cedefop bet for teachers and trainers’ professional development

European Union, Noticias EN
Teachers and trainers working in vocational education and training (VET) are key actors to ensure the quality of the professionals and meet to today’s demands. They play an essential role in the implementation of national and Europe reforms. In this sense the European Center for the Development of Vocational Training (Cedefop) supports the development of European…
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