More employment opportunities realized for young women and men, aged 15-29, in a socially inclusive and sustainable way
Private training providers introduce innovative, labour market-relevant non-formal training courses and delivery methods. Private training providers collaborate with employers in designing labour market-oriented non-formal skills training
Private businesses,Public national employment and municipal career guidance services, Young women and men aged 15-29
Expected results: 1.1 Public sector actors and Small and Medium-Sized Entreprises (SMEs) collaborate in addressing barriers to private sector growth opportunities. 1.2 A range of private business service providers offer to selected sector businesses and social enterprises improved growth-oriented business services. 2.1. Private and public career guidance and job-matching service providers create/diversify/improve services to young jobseekers and employers. 2.2. Media provides relevant and attractive labour market information focusing on career guidance for young women and men.