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The Keyway Project Celebrates the Third Transnational Meeting in Siena

On January 25th and 26th of 2018 the Third Transnational Project Meeting was held in Siena, Italy, hosted by project partner Centro Studi Pluriversum. During the meeting the results of the Expert Consensus Methodology, which involved over 45 experts and professionals in education, training and guidance, and their feedback on the Keyway Indicators (O2). The partners commented this feedback and the needed steps to finalize and publish the Keyway Indicators.

Also, the structure and proposed content of the Keyway Guide to Impact and Performance Indicators was presented by the University of Applied Labour Studies – Manheim.

The partners also discussed their dissemination and exploitation strategy in order to generate awareness, interest and, ultimately,  use of the Keway tools.

The Keyway Project presented at the conference “Career Guidance in a Changing World”

The Keyway project, its context, impact, partnership, objectives, outputs and project activities is presented in Prague on November 11, 2017 with analysis of the work and development of the Keyway Map of Impacts of Guidance and the Key Performance and Impact Indicators. This presention is being made by project partners HdBA in the framework of the  international conference “Career Guidance in a Changing World” focused on the role of career guidance and career development for individuals as regards to how they will face changes in today’s society.

The Keyway Project Celebrates the Second Transnational Meeting in Barcelona

On July 26th and 27th of 2017 the Second Transnational Project Meeting was held in Barcelona, Spain, hosted by project leader DEP Institut. During the meeting the results of the focus groups conducted in each country were presented and the Keyway map of guidance impact proposal as discussed with its areas and subareas was discussed and agreed upon.

And importantly, the partnership came together after some desk research, to discuss possible indicators and measures to be the Keyway Indicators (O2) using a nominal group methodology which facilitates prioritization and selection.

First transnational meeting of the Keyway project

On the 7th and 8th of March the 1st transnational meeting of the European project Erasmus plus “Keyway: connecting guidance services to key impact indicators” was held in Athens.

The objective of the meeting was to settle the foundations of the partnership, share information about management and implementation of the project and to carry out a brainstorming session. The session was aimed to outline a first proposal of the conceptual map of the impacts of guidance services which will be further discussed afterwards with stakeholders and experts in the field of career guidance.

The brainstorming session resulted in the identification of 3 general impact areas: individual, organisational and societal.