Title EQUIJOBS - TRAINING PATHS FOR THE LABOUR INSERTION OF RURAL WOMEN IN SECTORS WITH MORE MALE PRESENCE
Project Number ES/08/LLP-LdV/TOI/149006
Project Type Transfer of Innovation
Marketing Text Training paths for the labour insertion of rural women in sectors with more male presence.
The European rural women have a lot of difficulties to improve their professional profile and to be inserted in the labour market, because in their environment the employment opportunities and the training resources are scarce.This project search for an incorporation of rural women in those sectors with more male presence, with the adaptation of training paths and contents to the characteristics of rural women in these sectors, facilitating their labour insertion. The goals of the project are: to detect and analyse the main sectors and professions in which the woman has a low presence and are located in rural areas; to transfer the methodology used in the LdV project “ROUTES” for rural areas and the training contents in the construction sector developed in the Equal project “Dulcinea” and search good practices of developing of training paths and contents in the detected sectors; to adapt this training tools to rural women, validating them through pilot experiences; to make a valorisation of the project’s results during and after it, counting every time with the collaboration of the rural women. The partnership that will participate in the project is formed by organizations related with the rural area, employment and/or gender equality, and it will ensure the implementation of the project’s results, because they are in direct contact with the target group of the project.
As tangible results it will be obtained training paths and contents in different sectors which the women have low presence, and a methodology adapted to the characteristics of rural women. It will be done a study about the labour market in the rural areas and the sectors with more percentage of male workers, and training needs analysis of the rural women in these sectors.
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Access for disadvantaged