Assessment Tool for migrant women

Look at the wave graph. Note that the position of the line/wave on the vertical axis shows your level of familiarity with a subject/module (horizontal axis). Consequently, if you scored less than 3, it means that you need to improve your competence in that particular subject. 

Now, let’s have a look at your results:

The result:

According to your answers, you have the Bronze Star level. Your curiosity has led you here.

The “Bronze Star” level shows that you understand to some degree that volunteering is a rewarding opportunity that provides personal and professional benefits, such as relaxation, a healthy escape from the daily grind of work, school, or family responsibilities. You also know that volunteering can help you make new contacts or develop useful skills that can help you in your daily/professional life. Perhaps you are not yet sure if you want to volunteer.

If you would like to learn more about volunteer opportunities, the activities in which you can get involved, and other important information. The PEPA project team has developed a great free course that can help you improve and deepen your knowledge on this topic. The course is specifically designed for immigrant women to help them on their path to integration. The course includes useful information and resources not only on volunteering and peer support, but also on the skills needed to better compete in the labour market by developing autonomy and economic independence. 

If you have scored less than 3 in a particular subject, it may be useful to access the subject-specific materials that can help you fill in the knowledge gaps. However, we recommend that you complete the entire course, as the modules complement each other and give you a clearer and more complete picture.

If you would like to support our cause, the PEPA work team would appreciate it if you would share the link to the project website so that others can benefit.

Link: Project Results – PEPA Project

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