The central priority of the WorkAbility project is to increase the participation in the labour market and improve the outcomes of adult education in the field of disability.
Through the WorkAbility project we aim to give people with disabilities the needed skills and tools to find and retain their own job – which means opportunities for self-development and empowerment towards the open labour market.
WorkAbility reinforces the following objectives:
- Identify and develop People with changed work ability (PCWA) with the soft skills that are essential to gain a success in the professional career
- Improve the Job Profile Tool specifications to allow self-assessment and self-awareness of people with PCWA' current levels of proficiency in key soft skills for retain the job
- Generate a portfolio to train professionals on how to develop People with PCWA’ soft skills and empower them to retain the job place
- Create a guide to support practitioners and families on how to apply the Job Placement Tool