The Family and Childcare Centre KMOP, the Greek partner of CaBuReRa project, organised in Athens, on the 18th of June 2015, the 3rd international seminar, which was a core activity of the project titled ValidVol: Validation of Key Competences in Voluntary Service Organisations.
The ValidVol Project has been funded by the EU Lifelong Learning Programme under the Grundtvig sub-programme. It involves partners from the United Kingdom, Austria, Greece, Spain and Italy and is aimed to equip volunteers who are aged over 50 with the skills and competences to improve their employability prospects; this is achieved by recognising and accrediting the learning and skills that individual volunteers gain through their work in the voluntary sector.
Even though the project focuses on mature volunteers, the international seminar was a successful event which was attended by many young volunteers. KMOP took the chance to present them the CaBuReRa project, giving special emphasis on the voluntary character of the mobility activities and on the important working experience gained by the young participants from all involved countries.