What is a compulsory traineeship?

What is a compulsory traineeship?

Compulsory traineeship Compulsory traineeships are recognised as academic achievement in the form of ECTS credits and are recorded in your transcript of records. The traineeship is also listed in your Diploma Supplement.

What does the European Economic and Social Committee do?

Its three key tasks are to: ensure that EU policy and law are geared to economic and social conditions, by seeking a consensus that serves the common good. promote a participatory EU by giving workers’ and employers’ organisations and other interest groups a voice and securing dialogue with them.

What is Blue Book traineeship Programme?

Twice a year, the Commission offers 5-month paid traineeships in its Directorate-Generals, agencies and bodies. The traineeships at the European Commission (Blue Book Traineeships) are a great opportunity to gain experience in a field of choice, while working in an international workplace in contact with policy makers.

Is a traineeship a job?

What is a traineeship? Traineeships are similar to apprenticeships but they concentrate on vocational or job areas such as office administration, information technology or hospitality.

What is CSE in France?

The Social and Economic Committee (“CSE” in French) is a staff representative body that will supersede the staff representative bodies that currently exist: staff delegates, the Works Council (WC) and the workplace health, safety and working conditions committee (“CHSCT” in French).

Is the Schuman traineeship paid?

The Schuman traineeships are paid and can be undertaken at one of the European Parliament’s official places of work – Brussels, Luxembourg and Strasbourg – or in its Liaison Offices in the Member States.

What is EESC in-service training?

These periods of in-service training offer an opportunity to learn about the EESC’s roles and activities and to acquire professional experience in a multicultural environment. They begin on 16 February and 16 September of each year and take place in the Committee’s offices in Brussels.

Who can apply for the traineeship programme?

The Traineeship Programme is mainly targeted to young university graduates, without excluding those who, in the framework of lifelong learning, have recently obtained a university degree and are at the beginning of a new professional career. Who can apply: Nationals of a Member State of the European Union who are 18 years of age or older.

What is the European Commission traineeship programme?

The European Commission traineeship programme is open to university graduates, from all over the world. Traineeships are available in a wide range of fields and offer a great insight into the work of the EU. The content of the job largely depends on the service to which you are assigned.

How much is the EESC grant for long-term traineeships?

For long-term traineeships taking place within the time period 16/02/2021 – 15/02/2022 the amount of the grant is a lump sum of 1.229,33 EUR per month. The amount will remain unchanged until the end of the 2021 Autumn session (15/02/2022). As the EESC receives far more applications than places available it is important:

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