Title TEC-TONIQ 2: Travailleurs, Egalités, Compétences : Vers une Transférabilité OpératioNnelle d’une démarche d’Innovation et de Qualité - 2ème volet
Project Number 2010-1-FR1-LEO05-14469
Project Type Transfer of Innovation
TEC-TONIQ 2: Faire reconnaître son expérience
TEC-TONIQ 2: Get your experience recognized
The TEC-TONIQ 2 project aims to further develop and leverage a methodology for recognising and valuing the experience of temporary workers, which in the broader sense includes: seasonal, pluripotent and people combining short-term contracts.
In effect, we are currently experiencing a very difficult economic environment in which job insecurities continue to increase.
The project proposes a methodology for temporary workers which creates tools such as a skills portfolio which their helps them to analyse their careers and their experiences in order to identify the skills they have acquired and to define or redefine their professional project.
The project consists of ten partners from five countries: France, Italy, Romania, Poland, and the United Kingdom
In each partner country, territorial actions were conducted at local and regional levels to facilitate temporary workers to analyse and valuate their experience.
Awareness sessions and training for the valuation methodology have been put in place in each country in various forms, adapted to local needs and actors in such ways as: direct support of temporary workers, training of employment agency employees that directly deal with temporary workers, implementation of workshops on the skills portfolio for professionals in the arts, culture and performance sector, training of advisers accompanying pluripotent workers to help them find stable employment and development.
Utilization and distribution of results
Recognition, transparency, certification
Administrative and Support Service Activities
Information and Communication
procedure for the analysis and prognosis of the vocational training requirement
transparency and certification
During the 27 months of the project, the partners have not only implemented territorial actions with temporary workers, but they also conducted national and European research studies to better understand the issues related to the recognition and valorisation of experience of the project's target audience.
The work done and available on this platform includes:
- Updating of the inventory of practices regarding the recognition and valuation of experience in the five project countries
- The proposal of a quality process for employment agencies on recording the experience of interim workers
- A typology of temporary work in the five partner countries concerning temporary, seasonal employment and pluriactivity
- Synthesis of a European survey of temporary workers in five countries to identify their practices and needs in relation to valuation and experience,
- A summary of recommendations for improving European practices, recognition and appreciation of the experience in of temporary workers across Europe