Bakuriani, Gruzja



SMIT "CREATOR" members were participating in the TC project called Youth Employability Skills – Future co-ordinated by Youth Center of Georgia.

The TC “Youth Employability Skills – Future” is designed for youngsters to develop skills relevant to the labor market, ensuring work experience and helping young people find a first good job, offering new tools to engage with individuals, communities, colleagues, partners and the world at large. To improve opportunities for young people to get sustainable job opportunities, thereby encouraging social inclusion and employment rates.

Following are examples of methods that will offer further knowledge and understanding of this issue: 

Participants will compile top employability skills, which they look in potential employees. Participants will have the opportunity to share their experience at European level. 

Youth In Action programme will be presented to the participants and more practical training session will take place providing skills for project and team management, risk assessment and preventions, cultural adaptation. 


Employability refers to a person’s capability for gaining and maintaining employment. For individuals, employability depends on the knowledge, skills and abilities they possess, the way they present those assets to employers. As such employability is affected by both supply-side and demand-side factors which are often outside of an individual’s control.

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  • #1

    Aleksandra Molendowska (Monday, 11 August 2014 14:53)

    The Training Course "Yes Future" I have been a part of has taken place in beautiful surroundings of Kobuleti seaside. Trainings sessions focused mainy on enriching our employability skills and drawing attention to the importance of cultural adaptation. During one week I have experienced: "elevator speech" with my potential employer, created plan for the development of Kobuleti resort, learned how to notice and solve problems occuring in multicultural teams and many other. Up to my interests were also activities connected with giving and receiving feedback which I found very useful concerning my studies. Besides workshops we all enjoyed multicultural evenings and free time spent together at the seaside. I strongly recommend visiting Georgia, get to know its culture and hospitality.

  • #2

    Anna Zięba (Monday, 11 August 2014 14:53)

    From 18th to 26th April I was participating in Training Course “Youth Employability Skills – Future” which was organized by Georgian organization Youth Center of Georgia. There where participants from 7 countries: Georgia, Poland, Ukraine, Lithuania, Moldavia, Romania and Turkey. It was the very first project I have participating in and I must say that it met my expectations. The multicultural environment was very stimulating and let us look at the topic from many different angles.
    Main methods of the TC were workshops, simulations and role playing activities which I found very helpful in gaining practical knowledge. TC was focused on soft skills which are surely useful in terms of looking for a job and maintaining employment. The organizers put a lot of work not only in preparing the training course itself but also in increasing participants’ knowledge about their country.
    I will be very happy to take part in such event again in the future.