Empowering young people for their future careers: Results from Itinere 2024 

Apr 18, 2024

Itinere, held at the Auditorio El Batel in Cartagena on April 16 2024 was more than just an event. Organized by the Cartagena City Council, Itinere aimed to empower young people by providing them with the tools and resources to make informed decisions about their future. The European ALLVIEW project, a pioneering initiative aimed at bridging the gap between vocational education and developing labor markets, took this remarkable opportunity and organized its second roll out event in Spain.  

One of the highlights of the event was the workshop “EU Tools and Resources for Professional Development (ALLVIEW)” moderated by Maria Victoria Bueno Delgado and Juan Antonio Madrid Mendoza; from UPCT and SEF respectively. The workshop aimed to familiarize participants with European standards for language and vocational education and training, highlighting the importance of resources such as the ESCO database, the Europass template and the ALLVIEW platform.  

Through interactive sessions and practical training, participants gained practical knowledge on how to write an attractive Europass CV, identified relevant skills and competences, and planned a personalized learning path for career advancement. The workshop was attended by a diverse group of 17 people, including students, teachers, VET providers, and government agency representatives. Their active participation highlighted the relevance and impact of ALLVIEW project in shaping the future of vocational education. Feedback from participants was overwhelmingly positive, with 80% expressing high satisfaction with the workshop. The ALLVIEW platform attracted particular interest, with 60% of participants expressing that they found it particularly attractive and would recommend it to others.  

In addition to the workshop, Itinere 2024 featured a special stand for the ALLVIEW project, where attendees could explore the platform and learn more about its goals and results. This presence further increased awareness and engagement of the project, encouraging more young people to sign up and use the platform to explore its services.  

This event demonstrates the growing enthusiasm and interest in efforts to modernize vocational education and training, providing students with the skills and knowledge they need to succeed in a variety of fields, including furniture and wood manufacturing. In conclusion, Itinere 2024 is more than just an event giving young people the opportunity to chart their own path to a better future with more than 4,000 people participating. 

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