ULISSE, Understanding, Learning and Improving Soft Skills for Employability

ULISSE, Understanding, Learning and Improving Soft Skills for Employability is an ongoing project co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union and it is carried out by a transnational consortium of five partners from Italy, Portugal, Spain and Latvia.

The project aims to enhance the importance of soft skills in digital era. Specifically, ULISSE focuses on soft skills’ hard component concept. This last one makes it possible to develop soft skills by using suitable tools, procedures and methods. Considering soft skills’ increasing importance in accessing the labour market, ULISSE wants to create a common lexicon over the “Not-So-Soft-Skills” concept among employers, job seekers and intermediaries.

Erre Quadro is involved in the creation of the common lexicon for soft skills through a data-mining process using the Technimetro©, its proprietary tool co-authored with Texty Srl, trying to reach a common understanding and definition of soft skills.

16 September 2019