The EUROsociAL Programme is at the origin of the project. An action on transversal and socio-emotional skills within the EUROsociAL II (2015) framework later resulted in the signing of a Framework Document (2016) which enabled the creation of an articulating entity in the matter: the "Mesa Regional de Cooperación Técnica sobre Competencias Transversales y Socioemocionales (MESACTS)" -i.e. Regional Table for Technical Cooperation on Transversal and Socio-Emotional Competences-, which has been the project's central axis.
The Comitato Internazionale per il Svilupo dei Popoli (CISP) -International Committee for the Development of People- has advised and accompanied the project's implementation.
Thanks to the EUROsociAL Programme, the Spanish experiences with the single qualifications catalogue model and the existence of a 'National Institute of Qualifications' were a reference during the project's development.
Thanks to the EUROsociAL Programme, the German experiences in dual education and vocational training for young people were a reference during the project's development.
Thanks to the EUROsociAL Programme, the British experience of the skill councils (groups of sectoral advisors in technical and vocational education and training) was a reference during the project's development.
MAIN CONTRIBUTION, FROM THE PROJECT'S THEMATIC PERSPECTIVE
The international workshop brought together representatives from seven countries to deepen the development of Transversal and Socioemotional Competences, to agree on methodologies and to establish a common working agenda in Latin America.
Montevideo, 27 February 2019.
This international workshop brought together representatives from eight countries to share the different approaches between qualifications frameworks and to identify the potential of this tool for the identification, measurement and development of Cross-Cutting and Socio-Emotional Competences, in order to facilitate their promotion throughout the life cycle and in different population groups.
Quito, 23 July 2018
The Dialogas project carried out the Workshop "Intersectoral articulation of plans and programs for the strengthening of the CTSE", with the objective of exchanging experiences and studying examples of the implementation of transversal and socio-emotional competences (CTSE). On this occasion, officials from the governments of Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Panama, Paraguay and Uruguay participated and the support of the Italian agency CISP. This initiative was carried out between the 22nd and 24th of May of this year in the city of Buenos Aires, Argentina.
This international workshop brought together representatives from 9 countries to deepen the development of Transversal and Socio-Emotional Competences, agree on methodologies and establish a common work agenda in Latin America.
For the 2018 program, the execution of 5 workshops is contemplated. The themes of which were defined according to the needs of the beneficiary institutions and attendees of the Seminars organized by the Dialogas Project, held in Bogotá, Colombia and Santiago de Chile. For each workshop, it considers the participation of 9 people, of which 6 will be financed by the Dialogas Project, while three other institutions will be financed by CAF.
The International Seminar "Connecting technical and methodological advances with the design of public policies for the development of Transversal and Socio-emotional Competencies throughout the life cycle: A need and a challenge" was held in Santiago from 18 to 20 October.
On 25th and 26th April 2017, the international seminar “The development of transversal and socio-emotional skills throughout the lifecycle: from experimental dimension to incorporation into public policies” was held in Bogotá, Colombia. Representatives from international institutions and organisations from Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Paraguay, Uruguay and Italy took part.
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