The European Commission has launched a Ukrainian version of the EU Skills Profile tool for third-country nationals. The tool will make it easier for people fleeing Russia’s invasion of Ukraine to map their skills and find jobs and other opportunities. It will also make it easier for Ukrainians to access information on where to get support for recognition or restoration of diplomas.
The EU Skills Profile tool in the form of a questionnaire is already available in 31 languages.
Many refugee and migrant aid organisations use it to conduct interviews to record individuals’ skills, qualifications and experience. Refugees can then receive advice on further steps towards employment or training, such as recognition of foreign diplomas or language courses.
Since 2019, 40,000 people have made a skills profile via the Tool. More information on how the Tool is used can be found here.
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