Here you can find the project outputs. The project outputs will be published in 4 different languages: English, Turkish, Italian and Norwegian.
Output 1- Local needs study
The FETI local needs study aims to provide the structure and foundation for the basic data/baseline for the second transnational meeting. It will also provide the foundation for the consortium’s work to produce and deliver the models and structure for academic and vocational offers and the mapping tool.
Output 2- New model and tools
Output 2 in he FETI project consists of a 4 stage model (The FETI-model) and different mapping tools that are linked to the different stages. The model will support individuals to enter education or the workforce by ensuring that they are aware of their own skills set.
The model is intended to be an easy-to-use relational model for anyone who meets and/or works with vulnerable target groups.
Output 3- Skills development package
Output 3 in the FETI project is a Skills development guide and package that aims to provide a practical guide on how to use and put into action the FETI-model in Output 2.
Output 4- Whole system approach
The FETI Intellectual Output 4 aims to develop a Whole Systems Approach (WSA) which offers a perspective to understand how elements as stakeholders, beneficiaries (immigrants and refugees) and services are related, and how they influence one another within a whole.
Output 5- The best practice guide
The FETI Intellectual Output 5 consists of the projects best practice guide. This output highlights our key findings, and provides us with both a podcast and a digital course for practitioners. You will find both the podcast and the course here on the webpage under the tabs “Podcast” and “Digital course for practitioners”.
Output 6- Supplementary support pack
Due to the current situation in Europe with high numbers of Ukrainian refugees the project partners have decided to add another Intellectual Output. The aim is to share some of our findings from the FETI-project that we hope can be of use to others who are working with these refugees. This output consist of a Supplementary support pack that will be sent out to various organisation across Europe who are dealing with Ukrainian refugees. This brochure will also be translated into several European languages such as Romanian, Polish and Russian. We will also offer three digital workshops in august 2022.