The project partners will offer training and preparation for two distinct groups: those with a secondary school diploma will receive entrepreneurship training, while those without a diploma will receive training that prepares them for jobs. The project will focus on innovation and technology in the agricultural sector and create a toolkit that will include various forms of training, a competition, staff exchange and mentoring.
Low-skilled young people not in employment, education or training living in rural areas and registered with the public employment services, who face multiple barriers in entering the labour market.
|Country||Project partner status||Institution||Type of institution||City|
|Bulgaria||Lead partner||Union of Bulgarian Black Sea Local Authorities||NGO||Varna|
|Hungary||Beneficiary partner||Fruto Consulting Ltd.||Private||Budapest|
|Italy||Beneficiary partner||Mantuan Oltrepò Consortium||Public||Mantova|
|Romania||Beneficiary partner||Center for the Development of the Structural Funds||NGO||Slatina|
|Spain||Beneficiary partner||Business Research Association National Agrofood Technological Center, Extremadura||NGO||Villafranco del Guadiana
|Norway||Expertise partner||Inclusion AS||Private||Asker|
|Slovenia||Beneficiary partner||Styrian Technology Park||Public||Pesnica pri Mariboru|