The basic idea of his revolutionary QUQu approach / Asking useful questions / is that individuals can be highly motivated to learn and solve problems by asking good questions. By practicing step-by-step their Thinking, Asking Questions, Getting Answers, Doing, Observing and Evaluating the results can go beyond the Project - the user could progress in its personal development by improving its language skills and ability for taking decisions.
The platform has been developed especially for the needs of CODE project, with the possibility to be used after its completion in broad training aspects. Its main goal is to increase the motivation of the project trainees, as well as to support them in their personal development. It can be used by all participants in the project, as well as by anyone who wants to develop its language and other skills. Participants in CODE courses, as well as everyone else, are invited to use the platform and also to apply what they have learned not only in project activities, but also in their daily life practice.
The creators of the motivational module are available for online and offline individual consultations. Each user can receive feedback on what has been done so far from both psychologists and other users, as well as receive practical guidance on their future self-improvement.
The project CODE benefits from a 2 300 000 € grant from Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway through the EEA and Norway Grants Fund for Youth Employment.
The aim of the project CODE is to provide opportunities for quality employment to vulnerable young people in poverty risk.
The project CODE benefits from a 2 300 000 € grant from Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway through the EEA and Norway Grants Fund for Youth Employment. The sole responsibility for the content of this website lies with the Human Resources Development Agency and under no circumstances can be assumed that it reflects the official opinion of the Fund Operator or the Donors.