The project’s Toolkit aims to allow young people such as you to develop “soft skills” – the transferable skills that complement technical and academic skills. The Toolkit is mainly intended for young people who are already involved in some kind of activity or project, such as study, youth volunteering projects, work experience or employability training. By trying out techniques, you can increase your level of the skills and gain in self-confidence.
What does the Toolkit include?
The Toolkit includes practical guidance for developing 8 different soft skills together with overall advice on how to use each soft skill section. The 8 soft skills are as follows:
- Positive Attitude
- Time & Energy Management
- Work Ethic
- Problem Solving & Analytical Thinking
Each Toolkit section has been piloted by young people and practitioners to determine its effectiveness and usefulness . The piloting took place across each partner country throughout the summer of 2019. The Toolkits are now available to download in the 6 partner languages.