Guiding pupils through successful cross – border careers MIS – ETC code 1341
Overview of Romania-Serbia IPA Cross-Border Cooperation Programme:
Romania - Republic of Serbia IPA Cross-Border Cooperation Programme is financed by European Union through Instrument for Pre-accession Assistance (IPA) and cofinanced by the countries part of this programme: Romania and Republic of Serbia.Objectives of the programme is to increase the overall competitiveness of the regional economy, and to improve the quality of living standards for the areas populations. The Interreg – IPA CBC Romania – Serbia Programme has been prepared in line with the Regulation (EU) No 231/2014 of the European Parliamentand of the Council of 11 March 2014 establishing an Instrument for Preaccession Assistance (IPA II) (here after referred to as the “IPA Regulation”), Regulation (EU) No 236/2014 of the European Parliamentand of the Council of 11 March 2014 layingdowncommonrulesandprocedures for theimplementation of theUnion’sinstruments for financing external action, Commission implementing regulation (EU) No 447/2014 of 2 May 2014 on the specific rules for implementingRegulation (EU) No 231/2014 of the European Parliamentand of the Council establishing an Instrument for Pre-accession assistance (IPA II) (hereafterreferredto as the “IPA Implementing Regulation”). The Programme is the result of a co-operative effort by the Romanian and Serbian national, regional and local authorities.
The general objective of the project Guiding pupils through successful cross – border careers MIS – ETC code 1341 consists in creating added value for the cross-border socio-economic environment by training adequate human resources. The budget of the project is: 83.000 euro and the period of implementation is 26.03.2016-31.12.2016. The present project aims at developing the present socio-economic cross-border environment by supporting the pupils in the secondary education in the eligible area. The present project pursues the harmonization of education (beginning with the secondary level) and the cross- border business environment (labor market). In developing at sustainable level the cross-border business environment, the support for an adequate formation and career orientation of future human resources since the first educational levels is a key issue. Forming the pupils in a cross-border entrepreneurial spirit creates the basis for a sustained cross-border economy. The project includes also activities for cross-border business career counseling. These activities will be developed at the level of a pilot group of pupils from the two partner institutions. In the second stage of the project the pupils will follow cross-border business management courses: European project writing, European project implementation, Cross-Border Marketing, Cross-Border legislation and start-up/spin- off creation for renewable energies businesses. Afterwards, the pupils will develop their own simulated firms in which they will have internships. Investing in your future! Romania-Republic of Serbia IPA Cross-border Cooperation Programme is financed by the European Union under the Instrument for Pre-accession Assistance (IPA) and co-financed by the partner states in the Programme