UIA Jobs & Skills capitalisation workshop
Register to the UIA Capitalisation workshop on the topic of Jobs and Skills in the local economy. The event will take place on 22 June 2018 in the Ateliers des Tanneurs, in Brussels, Belgium. The event will be the first capitalisation and dissemination activity of the Urban Innovative Actions Initiative.

With the projects funded in the first Call for Proposals now almost half-way through, it is the right time to start sharing the initial achievements but also lessons and learning points with a wider audience. Keen to discuss about their experiences and challenges, the four cities selected under this topic, Bilbao, Madrid, Milan and Rotterdam, and their experts, have started working together to explore links and common aspects. They have identified the following key questions:
• In the context of the Next Economy, how are cities developing place-based approaches to jobs and skills?
• How are City authorities evolving their roles as brokers in the approach to jobs and skills development?
• What can we tell about City approaches to talent management in these four projects?
• How important is industry clustering in these projects’ approaches to supporting the jobs and skills agenda?

Don't miss the chance to participate in this event and make sure to book your seat for our first capitalisation workshop!

1. First name *
Your answer
2. Last name *
Your answer
3. Email address *
Your answer
4. Type of organisation *
5. Institution
Your answer
6. Job position
Your answer
7. City
Your answer
8. Country (in English) *
Your answer
9. Breakout parallel session - Round 1 (11:00 – 12:00): please state your two preferred sessions *
Required
10. Breakout parallel session - Round2 (12:15 – 13:15): please state your two preferred sessions *
Required
11. Do you have any specific dietary requirements? If yes, please specify
Your answer
Submit
Never submit passwords through Google Forms.
This content is neither created nor endorsed by Google. Report Abuse - Terms of Service - Additional Terms