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Webinar Empowering young people towards renewable energy

For the second year in a row, EuroElektra joins the Albanian Skills Week. We are pleased to invite you to the Webinar: Empowering young people towards renewable energy! EuroElektra is an electrical company, which offers a wide portfolio of electrical products, professional lighting equipment, home automation systems, surveillance systems and solar photovoltaic solutions for residential 

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How to make a creative video!

In the framework of the Albanian Skills Week 2021, this workshop aims to help students develop a specific process to stimulate creativity in the realization of a video. Video is becoming a favorite way of communication for people, organizations, businesses to convey messages. Creativity gives life to the video and immediately affects the audience. If 

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Webinar EcoStruxure Power Design

Schneider Electric joins the Albanian Skills Week every year.This year as well, we are pleased to invite you to the EcoStruxure Power Design Webinar: “EcoStruxure Power Design, the new software for the design of low and medium voltage electrical systems”. During the presentation you will be informed about the advantages and features of this software 

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Skills for Safer Life Webinar: Cyber Security

Following the Skills for Safer Life Webinar, a special session is dedicated to Cyber ​​Security. Together with Xhafer Rrakipllari, Director of Administration and Academic Services, Aleksandër Moisiu University of Durrës. Attendees will learn about the main threats in the digital space, will better understand the type of personal information that hackers intend to steal, and 

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Kick Off Event – Albanian Skills Week 2021

Official Opening of the Albanian Skills Week 2021 Albanian Skills Week has started its journey in May 2018 inspired by the European Vocational Skills Week, a great initiative of the European Commission to raise awareness of education and vocational training since 2016, which aims to make vocational education and training, and more attractive professional skills, 

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Skills vs Passion. What matters most?

Which are the most important? Skills or passion? This will be the theme of the motivational session that will be held by Denis Lushi.Through joint discussions and reflections, interesting and useful conclusions regarding what matters more, skills or passion, the participants will be involved actively through the session. To become part of the session register 

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Thinking about future career!

Within the Albanian Skills Week 2021 will be held the workshop ‘Thinking about future career!’ This workshop is dedicated to young people who are in the last year of high school or 9-year-old. Some informal career counseling methods will examine participants’ perspectives and vision for their future careers. The sessions will be self-reflective and filled 

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Preparing the 10 selected INTERVET WB students for their journey in Italy / English Classes Remarks

In the framework of the INTERVET WB project, ten students of Vocational Education Schools from Albania have been selected to participate in a 1-month internship in Italy which will take place this summer. On the eve of the organizing of these professional practices, the multidimensional preparation of students for this experience and to benefit as 

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The newest initiative of Albanian Skills! Focus groups with VET students in Albania.

It is our strong belief that student status can no longer be seen simply as a passive “receiving” and beneficiary in the overall chain of the education system. They are sometimes steps ahead in these transformational changes of the world due to digitisation of the entire life and therefore they should be seen equally involved 

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Future Skills for 2020s_A New Hope

We are happy to come through this report on the vocational subjects of the future initiated by WorldSkills Russia and realized by Global Education Futures with a great support of WorldSkills International and WorldSkills member countries and regions. This report is for Vocational Education & Training practitioners & policy shapers, the WorldSkills movement, business people, 

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