Thanks to a team of experts in the field of Human Resources and the field of Volunteering, we have selected 25 soft skills that are crucial for volunteer experiences and job searches in the most diverse sectors. Find out what they are and which ones you acquired during your volunteering period.
The Civil Society Development Programme has been financed by the European Union and the Republic of Turkey under the Instrument for Pre-accession Assistance (IPA I and II). Since its launch in 2008, the CSD Programme has supported over 600 dialogue partnerships through 350 projects in many different fields. To date, through the first four phases, a total of 53.5 million Euros has been allocated to these activities. GloCal Recognition (CSDV_397) has been funded in the fifth phase of the CSD Programme to “Develop cooperation between EU and Turkish Civil Society Organisations working on promotion and recognition of Local Volunteering to ensure mutual understanding, sustainable dialogue and future cooperation.
If you have any doubts or questions feel free to contact us, we will be happy to help you out. But remember, if your NGO is in the Network they already know how to use the system so first ask your mentor or tutor as they are there to guide you through the system.
No worries! Any NGO has the possibility to join our network. And, if they fulfill the quality standards of the network, in a few months they can start to use the Certification System.
Our experts have estimated that to give full value to your certificate it should have maximum 5 soft skills in it. So you can assess more soft skills but in each certificate you generate you can have a maximum of 5 soft skills. This will make your profile stronger and give you the possibility to create different certificates according with different job positions. On the other hand the certificate would be too poor having only one soft skill in it, so all certificates have minimum 2 and maximum 5 soft skills.
Yes, you can! With the help of your Host Organisation you can generate different certificates with different sets of soft skills. And if you have a volunteering experience in another period or with another organisation, you can also create new certificates according with your new learning achievements.
In order to claim a certificate you must participate in a full time volunteering period of at least 3 months or you must do at least 100 hours of volunteering in the Hosting Organisation during 10 months.
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