ERASMUS+ Escape to the Future Career Room - Professions of the future and skills of the future

ERASMUS+ Escape to the Future Career Room - Professions of the future and skills of the future

Project date: 01. 09. 2023 at10:00 - 28. 02. 2025 at 23:59


Contact: Aleš Pevc

Phone: 01 620 34 00


As part of the Erasmus+ project, we will create a digitalized and mobile CAREER ROOM FOR THE FUTURE. We cannot escape the future. But we can "escape to the future" by stimulating interest in different career opportunities and social inclusion in an innovative and motivating way. The Escape Room is dedicated to career guidance and will be designed as an innovative learning environment. It will promote the development of key skills of the future (problem solving, critical thinking, ethical judgement and decision making, etc.) that will be needed for the professions of the future and that need to be developed in the present.

Project objective:

Introduction of digitalization into existing career guidance through the use of an escape room.

Compatibility with the objectives of the action:

Improving the quality of work and practises of the organisations and institutions involved and opening up to new actors not working in a specific sector, strengthening the capacity of organisations to work transnationally and across sectors, enabling change and transformation (at individual, organisational or sectoral level), leading to improvements appropriate to the context of each organisation.

Project outcomes:

  1. Partners will share experiences and build long-term international collaboration that will form the basis for the development of new approaches to career guidance.
  2. Partners will be introduced to and trained in the latest approaches to using escape rooms in career guidance.
  3. Introduction of digitalization in career guidance.
  4. Application of new methods in career guidance.
  5. Pilot use of a mobile, digitised escape room for the future.
  6. Career counsellors will acquire new skills and tools in the field of career guidance with a focus on future professions and future competences.
  7. Career counsellors in Slovenia and Croatia will learn new possibilities, approaches and tools in the field of career guidance that can be used after the end of the project.
  8. The counsellors will gain a new innovative approach to career guidance.

Target groups:

The primary target groups are career counsellors who work in adult education and career counsellors who work with young people:

  • school counsellors of primary and secondary schools,
  • counsellors of youth and student career centres,
  • representatives of NGOs working in the field of lifelong career guidance,
  • school counsellors.

Secondary target group:

  • Primary school pupils and their parents,
  • Secondary school pupils and students who need help with career choices or changes or transitions in their careers,
  • people with fewer opportunities,
  • people living in rural and remote areas, e.g. outermost regions, unemployed, employed.


  • Cene Štupar - CILJ, main partner (Slovenia)
  • Panoptikum, Marko Cafnik s.p., member of the XR community in the Ljubljana Technology Park (Slovenia)
  • Dante Foundation for Adult Education (Croatia)
  • Ljubljana Technology Park, associated partner (Slovenia)

The project is funded by the European Union. However, the views and opinions expressed are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of the European Union or the Centre of the Republic of Slovenia for Mobility and European Education and Training Programmes - CMEPIUS. Neither the European Union nor the granting authority can be held responsible for them.