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This project has been funded with the support of the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

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VOCA extended e-Training Program


Program has been designed to understand e-mentoring activity.  Due to physical disabilities, potential mentors may not have had the opportunity or the mobility to obtain proper job training. For this reason online training may be an opportunity for people with physical disabilities. This program aims to create and conduct a pilot course that offers a comprehensive curriculum and demonstrates the applicability of the method and its benefits.

Pilot training package was prepared under the philosophy of former VOCA project and adopted to the philosophy of our current approach. The basic outline is:

Module 1 – Methodological Foundations of Being a Mentor
Module 2 – Mentoring Culture
Module 3 – Ways of Developing Soft Skills of Mentees
Module 4 – Ways of Developing Web 2.0 Skills for Mentees
Module 5 – Job Readiness Training Part-1
Module 6 – Job Readiness Training Part-2
Module 7 – Networking for Job Seekers
Module 8 – Integration in Virtual Working Environment and Virtual Market
Module 9 – Planning e-Mentoring Relationship and Tools of e-Mentoring

Module 10 – Guiding the Mentee in Job Search Activities

Module 11 – Wrapping-up the Topics of the Modules and Handy Strategies for Mentors