Closing conference, September 25th, 2020, live streaming – European Project Delcyme : developing e-learning capacities for youth mobility in Europe.

There are many obstacles to the mobility of young people. Among these, the lack of language skills remains one of the major obstacles, particularly when it comes to gaining a first professional experience abroad. Consequently, the linguistic preparation of such a project is of central importance for the success and motivation of young people to undertake this mobility.

This raises the following question:

What kind of support do young people need to be ready for a professional mobility in Europe?

The partners of the European project Delcyme have tried to provide a concrete answer to this question by proposing a learning platform dedicated to young professionals. This multilingual project addresses both the production of content for e-learning and the setting up of a tutoring system.

After three years of project, the DELCYME partners have been pleased to invite you to the presentation of the results at a final conference that was held online on September 25th, 2020, from 9:00 am to 1:00pm.


09h00Opening speech by the general secretary of the FGYO (Tobias Bütow)
Presentation of the Delcyme project and the platform PARKUR (Anne Jardin/Camille Farnoux, FGYO)
Mobility of young people in vocational training
Testimonials of young people
Facts and political aims (NN, French National Agency Erasmus+)
Round table with stakeholders: experiences in mobility projects in vocational training, the importance of preparation and evaluation of the mobility experience (FGYO, France/Germany, Semper Avanti, Poland)
10h45 – 11h15Break
PARKUR: contents and learning strategies to promote mobility in vocational training (Michel Boiron/Emmanuel Zimmert, Cavilam) – Teacher/ Tutor/ Coach: steering, enabling and planning learning support (Helga Grabbe, Carl Duisberg Centren)
A learning experience with PARKUR: developing linguistic, intercultural and digital skills for one’s professional career (Monica Barsi, Università di Milano)
Technical language in the professional world: an innovative approach with PARKUR (Alfredo Segura, Universidad de Zaragoza/Julián Serrano, Universidad Castilla – La Mancha)
Recommendations and perspectives for further development of digital offers to support youth mobility in Europe (Oana Felecan/NN, European – Commission)
13h00End of the conference

The results of the conference are now available in the Virtual Library section.