It will achieve these objectives by identifying, collecting and disseminating information on archaeologists and archaeological employment across Europe (labour market intelligence), in order for employers, professional associations, the European Association of Archaeologists, training providers and other bodies to:
- develop knowledge of practices and conditions in order to facilitate transnational mobility of labour
- define specific criteria and methodologies to identify training needs across Europe
- improve analysis and anticipation of skills requirements
- enable comparisons between skills requirements in states
Currently this kind of information is unavailable in most of the participants' countries and it has never been collected or applied on a transnational basis before.