In the first year of the project we will conduct a policy mapping study – “Future-looking career guidance agenda – preparing young people for future jobs through innovative career services”. The study will focus on 3 critical factors:
- Young people’s awareness about future jobs;
- Career guidance practitioners’ capacity for innovation; and
- The role of policy support for sustainable, quality, innovative career guidance development.
The findings of the study will be presented during seminars for policy makers at the end of the year.
Meanwhile, we will start the elaboration of the virtual reality platform, and the methodology for game-based scenario development.
Next year, after testing and piloting, the platform and methodology will be presented in demonstrative events and creative workshops on developing scenarios for innovative career guidance.
We will organise a competition for innovative career guidance services and a Facebook contest for young people entitled Time Capsule “Jobs of the Future”.
In 2020 we will develop an E-book with the best practices of innovative career services and prepare a policy evidence report. All products will be gathered in a FUTURE Roadmap report which will help mainstream the project approach, methodology and policy messages. The project’s results will be presented in final events in all partner countries.