The Labour, Social Affairs and Family Offices provide training for jobseekers that enables them to acquire new professional knowledge, skills and abilities that will help them find a job. On the basis of an assessment of abilities, work experience, vocational skills, educational attainment and medical fitness for work, the offices help jobseekers to improve their skills and prospects of finding a better job. The training is provided free of charge to the job seeker and the office can help with travel, accommodation or subsistence allowances.
The Central Office of Labour, Social Affairs, and Family ensures the provision of an education allowance for job seekers registered with the Labour, Social Affairs and Family Offices within the framework of the national project Don't Lose Your Job - Educate Yourself. The project is supported by the European Social Fund under the Operational Programme Human Resources. Learn more on how you can apply for the educational allowance and what requirements you need to fulfil.
The system provides you information on accredited further education programmes. It is managed by the Ministry of Education, Science, Research and Sport.
Eurodesk provides free information on opportunities to travel, work, study and volunteer in Europe or participate in EU-funded programmes for young people up to 30 years old.
The European Year of Skills helps people learn the right skills for quality jobs and supports small and medium enterprises to address skills shortages in Europe through events and activities. Click on the link to learn more about the opportunities available to improve your skills!
The Ministry of Labour connects jobseekers with available job vacancies and actively assists and supports jobseekers, applicants, and employees. It provides job mediation, professional counselling, job training and preparation, and contributes to facilitate smoother transitions into suitable job placements.
Find jobs, training opportunities and valuable labour market information and tips with EURES, the European network of employment services.
The official platform for finding a job. It matches applicants' qualifications and preferences with job offers. The service is operated by the Ministry of Labour, Social Affairs and Family.
Europass provides free tools that make your competences and qualifications visible and understandable across Europe and beyond. Moreover, on the Europass platform you will find not only learning and job opportunities throughout Europe but also country-specific contact details and information on learning and working abroad. The Europass tools are your gateway to learning and working at home and abroad.