Katarína Marenčák

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Katarína Marenčák Project manager Absolvovala Fakultu manažmentu Univerzity Komenského. V RÚZ pôsobí od roku 2020 na pozícii Projektovej manažérky. Riadi a koordinuje európske projekty, je tajomníčkou podvýboru pre digitálnu ekonomiku, no zastrešuje aj komunikáciu so zahraničnými partnermi, autoritami a odbornými inštitúciami. Vďaka skúsenostiam z oblasti online marketingu je aj súčasťou komunikačného tímu RÚZ.
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Call for offers on promoting activities within the AdultLearningROSK project

NUE is looking for a supplier to create a visual identity, graphic materials, audio visual materials, and microsite to promote the project Challenges from the pandemics: adult learning in Romania and Slovakia“ –AdultLearningROSK, a project co-financed by the European Union.


The project aims to strengthen the social partners capacity from Romania and Slovakia to deal with the changing skill demands in the context of the transformation of work that accelerated with the COVID crisis. With a low rate of participation of employees in lifelong learning (LLL) and a relatively weak capacity of social partners, currently, both Romania and Slovakia have limited instruments to support a fair transition in the world of work. With the pandemic, their limited resources were shifted from strategic projects towards direct response measures (e.g., short-time work, economic recovery grants, etc.). With the view to ensure the sustainability of their efforts, Concordia and NUE aim to use some of the insights in the WorkTransitionCEE project (current implementation) and build a more coherent practice concerning LLL.


What will happen to the millions of European citizens affected by both automation and the COVID-19 crisis in the following years and what skills we need to develop to keep pace with a constantly changing world of work are questions that WorkTransitionCEE project will try to find answers for – a project co-financed by the European Union that brings together six representative social partners from Central and Eastern Europe.