- 02-05-2019 16:00
- Velizar Petrov
Two consecutive trainings for young people - on April 23 and on April 30, were conducted in different competences by the Regional Development Agency with a Business Support Center for Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises (RDA BSC SMEs). The training seminars were organized under the project "MINERVA - Youth Employment for European Cultural Heritage", under sector KA 2 - sectoral programme "Youth", "financed under the Erasmus + international programme.
The trainings are conducted by already trained trainers under the same project and involved nearly 45 students.
The main topics of the training modules were topics related to the exchange of cultural heritage through traditional customs and the motivation of young people to work in the field of cultural heritage.
The presentations on project management skills, what is a project cycle and what is the difference between a project and a process, and the role and importance of good communication skills, presented by Velizar Petrov, Executive Director of the Regional Development Agency with the Business Support Center for Small and Medium-sized enterprises, aroused great interest and many discussions.
During the trainings, the information system for assessing the competences of the workforce by branches and regions was presented - MyCompetence. This is a specialized internet platform that is about to displace the need for human resources professionals. It serves for the processing of job data - a system providing a standardized exchange of information and providing tools and other specialized services for assessing the competence of the workforce in Bulgaria - a product created within the project "Development and implementation of an information system for jobs assessment of the competences of the workforce by branches and regions”(ISOC), carried out by the Bulgarian Industrial Association (BIA) in partnership with two trade unions , with the financial support of the European Social Fund of EU.
A special place during the trainings was also given to the city of Plovdiv - as a major cultural center in the Balkans and the oldest living city in Europe and the initiative Plovdiv - European Capital of Culture 2019.
The trainings will continue in May.