The partners would like to experiment new and more effective methodologies to engage adult participants in lifelong learning possibilities, while increasing their awareness on how to assess XXI century EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS that are needed by the labour market. For this reason, the new approach to be developed necessitates adult educators, instructors and employment advisors from the partner organisations to be skilled enough to add to the actual learning process. They will also provide counselling, mentoring and basic knowledge of the services available at local /community level to address the adult learners’ needs.
Aim of the project
During the SKILL UP small-scale partnership, the partners will prepare a toolkit (training modules, skills assessment tools, short courses for adult learners) that educators can use to increase employability skills in adult learners and motivate them in accessing further lifelong learning possibilities. By working together in this project, they aim to look for new solutions to learn and improve together.
With this project, the partners will deepen their understanding of digital, entrepreneurial, sustainability skills and find new ways to use them to motivate adult learners in starting personal and/or professional development, and increasing their chances of getting better job offers.
Digital, entrepreneurial and sustainability skills development and assessment to motivate adult learners in accessing upskilling or re-skilling possibilities. By cooperating in the small partnership, the partner will have the opportunity to deliver digital, transversal and sustainability skills that SMEs need now, while learning new ways to motivate adult learners in entering personal or professional development programs.
- Duration: 16 months –01/03/2022 to 30 June 2023
- ID: 2021-2-BG01-KA210-ADU-000050345
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