The SUCCESS Team:
How we train.
Here you will find helpful information relating to the theoretical underpinnings of each of the four modules and why they are relevant to the employability and wellbeing of young learners.
Here you will gain access to the innovative, evidence-based training SUCCESS training programme as designed by the SUCCESS research consortium.
Here you will be directed to selection of relevant online videos and articles intended to complement the materials included in the SUCCESS training programme.
If anything you have seen on our course has left you looking for more answers, post it in our discussion forum and generate a conversation about it.
Theoretical Backgrounds & Lesson Plans
The materials for this training site have been created and compiled by experts in the field and is backed up by over a year’s worth of research.
“ By using the resources and material readily at hand in the training package, counsellors will be able to empower students to develop their personal capacities to make effective transitions into the working/ training environment. “”
The Success story
SUCCESS aims to apply the principles, methods and techniques of Positive Psychology (PP) as well as the development of basic Employability Skills (ES). By educating schools counselors (SUCCESS target group) through training in participating EU countries, they will be in a position to transfer new knowledge and skills to school settings at a national and an EU level.
The goal of SUCCESS is to create an innovative training package for School Counselors (including a manual, accompanied by hands-on activities, tools and practical exercises) based on PP principles that will be applied successfully mainly to support students after they graduate from high schools. SUCCESS aims to enhance School Counselors competencies.
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