DECIDE supports selected secondary schools in identifying non-formal training courses to be accredited. Training selection takes place within the local youth employment dialogue and in consultations with relevant local community representatives, i.e., relevant private sector representatives, Regional Chamber of Commerce and local self-government.
Since non-formal training is to raise the competencies of the unemployed, the labour market analysis in selected local self-government had determined that the number of potential young adults who can benefit from additional skills and competencies is quite sufficient, making their improved employability the end result.
The project, together with schools will monitor the training quality, efficiency and its impact on employment. Special attention will focus on quality assessment of career guidance and counselling services and its impact on the training outcomes and youth employability.