The engagement and skills platform
What role for youth engagement in Europe? Is student engagement recognised and valued within academic currila? If so, in what way? In order to better understand the daily lives of young people engaged in extracurricular activities and to better support them in identifying and promoting their skills, Animafac and six partners launched the European STEP project, with a major study on the recognition of student engagement in Europe. In this context we present you STEP’s engagement and skills platform.
The engagement and skills platform is a platform which allows students to identify and evaluate skills and competencies acquired during engagement.
It is equally suitable for students who have just started engaging or for those who are further along in their engagement journey.
It offers definitions, resources and exercises to help you identify and evaluate your competencies.
The competencies and soft skills used on this platform are the result of the combination of the European project Elene4work and European STEP.
To start, click on the option that best describes your situation.
- I have previously been actively engaged, either over a period of time or as a once -off, but I now have difficulty recollecting everything I’ve done. If this is your position, you may click here to sum up your engagement.
- I have previously been actively engaged, either over a period of time or as a once -off, and I remember everything I’ve had done but I am unsure if I have acquired skills or competencies. If this is your position, you may click here to identify your competencies.
- You want to have further information on the field of student engagement, you may click here to have better insight of the subject.
To learn more about the project, you can go to the dedicated website European STEP