What skills are needed to build a (WISEs) network? Date ¦ 18/05/2022
Time ¦ 10:00 - 11:00
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What skills are needed to build a (WISEs) network?

The goal of this event is to showcase the skills needed to develop networks and in particular networks of work integration social enterprises - WISEs.
Indeed, specific skills are needed to develop and maintain a network for all the actors concerned. WISEs networks have the particularity to support the development of VET providers (WISEs) and therefore need to navigate between employment and training policies. This is one of the goals of the Net-Works project that will be presented to you, followed by several testimonies from WISEs networks. 

Agenda 

- Presentation of the Net-Works project by ENSIE

- Testimonies from WISEs networks 

  • Galileo Progetti - Hungary
  • ISEN - Ireland

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L'bjectif de cet évènement est de démontrer les compétences nécessaires au développement de réseaux et en particulier de réseaux d'entreprises sociales d'insertion - ESI. 
En effet, des compétences spécifiques sont nécessaires pour développer et maintenir des réseaux et ce pour tous les acteurs concernés. Les réseaux d'ESI ont la particularité de soutenir le développement des prestataires de CFP (les ESI) et donc de naviguer entre les politiques d'emploi et de formation. C'est un des objectifs du projet Net-Works qui sera présenté, suivi de plusieurs témoignages d'ESI venant de réseaux d'ESI. 

Agenda 

- Presentation du projet Net-Works par ENSIE

- Témoignages de réseaux d'ESI :  

  • Galileo Progetti - Hongrie
  • ISEN - Irland

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