EVENT! Youth Skills Fest: Fostering Collaboration Between Irish Employers and Youth for Inclusivity
A Glimpse into the Upcoming "Youth Skills Fest" Event
Dublin, Ireland, is preparing to host a remarkable event that aims to bring together young individuals and employers in a lively celebration of skills and inclusivity. Scheduled for November 2, 2023, at The Gibson Hotel, the "Youth Skills Fest – Making Our Skills Count, Shaping Inclusive Societies" is set to be a memorable event.
This event has been organized by the National Youth Council of Ireland (NYCI) to highlight the importance of recognizing skills cultivated through youth work and volunteering. In today's world, soft skills have gained tremendous significance, and this event represents a crucial step forward in bridging the gap between the voices of the youth and prospective employers. It is a response to the European Year of Skills, aiming to shed light on the often-undervalued skill development that occurs through youth work and volunteering. Many employers are yet to fully grasp the immense value of these skills in the professional realm.
A Detailed Overview of What to Expect at the "Youth Skills Fest"
The "Youth Skills Fest" promises a day filled with insightful activities and opportunities for participants. Here's a breakdown of what's in store:
Showcase Your Skills: This event offers a platform to highlight the incredible talents developed through youth work and volunteering. It's a chance for young individuals to shine.
Learn from Inspirational Speakers: Attendees will have the opportunity to hear from inspiring young voices and employers who will emphasize the importance of these skills in the modern world.
Connect with Employers and Decision Makers: The event facilitates meetings with employers and decision makers, opening doors to potential career opportunities.
Youth Voice and Inclusivity: Participants will be part of a European-wide consultation on making societies more inclusive, giving them a voice in shaping the future.
Empower Your Journey: The event introduces "Skills Summary," an online tool designed to help individuals recognize and articulate the competencies they've gained through youth work and volunteering. It's a key to unlocking future opportunities.
Connect and Empower: This event aims to bridge the gap between young voices, employers, and decision makers, collectively redefining the future of work.
Be a Changemaker: Attendees will have the chance to shape policy and make a positive impact.
Let's Celebrate Your Skills: The day is not only about serious discussions but also a celebration of the remarkable skills developed through youth work and volunteering.
Key Details for the Event:
- Date & Time: November 2, 2023, from 10:30 am to 4:30 pm GMT.
- Venue: The Gibson Hotel, Point Square, Dublin 1.
Objectives of the Event:
- Learn about opportunities through Voices-EU Youth Dialogue and Skills Summary.
- Promote a diverse voice of young people during the European Year of Skills and the EU Youth Dialogue.
- Raise awareness about the value of soft skills gained through non-formal education and their significance in employment and the future of work.
- Promote non-formal and informal learning through youth work and volunteering, especially for skills development and employability.
- Hear from inspiring speakers, including Peter Byrne, CEO of South Dublin Chamber, and Siobhan Kinsella, CEO of Noel Recruitment, who will emphasize the importance of "soft skills."
- Engage in Cycle 10 of the EU Youth Dialogue consultation, focusing on EU Youth Goal #3 – Inclusive Societies and Skills Summary.
Young People, Youth Leaders, and Volunteers aged 16-30 who aspire to be more involved in shaping an inclusive society.
The event is a fantastic opportunity to connect, learn, and celebrate the valuable skills acquired through youth work and volunteering.
To register for the event, please click here: Young People: Youth Skills Fest – Making Our Skills Count, Shaping Inclusive Societies - National Youth Council of Ireland
Youth Skills Fest – For Employers, HR Professionals and Recruiters
This event is not just for young individuals; it is also a prime opportunity for employers, HR professionals, and recruiters who are eager to connect with young talent and gain insights into the world of skills developed through youth work and volunteering.
If you are looking to tap into the potential of these young individuals and understand the value they bring to the table, "Youth Skills Fest" is the perfect platform.
Event Hour and Timeframe:
- The event will take place on November 2, 2023.
- Registration and networking opportunities will be available starting at 1:30 pm.
- The main event will commence at 2:00 pm and run until 4:00 pm, giving you a focused and productive timeframe to connect and learn.
This event is tailor-made for employers, HR professionals, and recruiters who are keen to tap into the potential of young talent refined through non-formal education. It is an ideal platform for those who recognize the value of skills developed through youth work and volunteering and want to harness this talent in their organizations.
To secure your spot at this event, please click here: Employers' event: Youth Skills Fest - Making Our Skills Count, Shaping Inclusive Societies - National Youth Council of Ireland. Please register as soon as possible as places are limited, and you would not want to miss this opportunity.
The event will be held at The Gibson Hotel, located at Point Square, Dublin 1. The venue offers a convenient and accessible location for attendees.
The event is completely free of charge for both employers and youngsters, making it accessible to a wide range of professionals who wish to engage with young talent and promote inclusivity in the workforce.
Get in Touch:
If you have any inquiries or need further information about the event, please contact Mateja Jaksic, NYCI Skills Summary Project Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 014255942.
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Don't Miss Out! Join us in contributing to a more inclusive workforce and become part of a movement that recognizes and harnesses the skills gained through non-formal education.
See you on the 2nd of November!
Written by Roxana Godinac