Undertake a process of Validation of the Acquired Experience
Acquiring skills within the CSJC is part of a process that involves capitalising on the skills involved in knowing what to do, how to do it, and how to behave. We have several ways of acquiring skills, such as the validation of acquired experience through personalised support (VAE Link). It can also mean participating in our conferences on sport or popular education or learning through the setting up of experiences and workshops aimed at personal development.
With the evolution of professional occupations strongly influenced by digital technology, half of them could disappear by 2025. A study by Oxford University estimates that 50% of existing occupations could be gone by 2025.
More than ever, it has become essential to train or update your skills.
Here are some ideas that we will propose tomorrow:
- Mastery of digital tools
- Creativity and innovation
- Project management from A to Z
- Ability to organise
- Emotional intelligence
- Critical thinking, listening and empathy
- Training in modern languages
- Knowing how to use MOOCs (E-learning)
So many themes our pedagogical teams can support you in throughout your professional life.