WHAT IS REFERENCE?
Reference is a certificate received by all young people/learners as special and highest recognition for their efforts in an individual organisation in the following fields:
-writing papers (seminar papers, final papers, analyses and research studies)
-participation in projects that denote the progress and development of a specific discipline
-participation in the work of a company for achieving special or exceptional effects and success.
WHO CAN RECEIVE A REFERENCE?
A Reference can be received by university or secondary school students who are still in the active or final stage of their studies and by university or secondary school students who are seeking their first employment (have perhaps already finished their studies, but have not yet found employment), and by assistants in an individual organisation who have decided to upgrade their knowledge by enrolling in full-time study.
*Full-time study – study with which one obtains an official academic title or a higher level of education.
WHY SHOULD A UNIVERSITY OR SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENT OBTAIN A REFERENCE?
Findings show that today employers are not satisfied with formal knowledge alone. In order to enable university or secondary school students to obtain practical knowledge even during their studies. For this purpose we promote the introduction of various activities at various organisations (practical work, taking part in the writing of various papers and the participation of university or secondary school students in various projects). With Reference individuals prove that they have good potential, for they have been chosen as the best in the above-mentioned activities.
WHAT DOES IT MEAN FOR YOUNG PEOPLE TO OBTAIN A REFERENCE?
By awarding a Reference we elevate young people above the average, build on their recognisability and provide them with better opportunities when entering the labour market or seeking employment, since the Reference confirms that they have good potential.