As well as over 16 online meetings between the partners, the following transnational meetings were carried out. Unfortunately, due to travel restrictions during the first year of the project, all transnational meetings were held virtually. Here are some updates from the meetings that were held.
Northern Ireland, UK (Online) - March 2021
At the first transnational project meeting, partners shared and discussed their vision for the project’s intellectual outputs. Insightful and highly constructive discussions took place about the language, citizenship and work ready courses that the project will create and how to move the idea forward.
Northern Ireland, UK (Online) - June 2021
At the second transnational project meeting, partners shared and discussed the development of the project’s intellectual outputs. Partner’s discussed accreditation of the courses and the development of content. Work on content planning was also presented and discussed as was the great progress that is being made.
Santander, Spain - September 2022
It was great to finally meet in person for the third transnational project meeting! Partners shared ideas and collaborated in the development of the project website and intellectual outputs. Great work being done on all courses with the language course already available in English and others to follow soon!
Dundalk, Ireland - December 2022
Partners met at the Dundalk Institute of Technology (DkIT) for another face-to-face meeting . We worked in collaboration to develop digital resources for older learners including those from migrant, asylum seeker and refugee communities to help them to become more connected. It was great to see the developments that have been made to-date.
Northern Ireland, UK May 2023
It was great to finally meet again on SRC's newly built Banbridge campus! The project is well underway in the development of a range of much needed digital resources on citizenship, language learning, employability, work ready, and digital skills for life and work.
Riga, Latvia June 2023
Partners met at RIC for the final face-to-face meeting. The project has now reached the final stages in the development of a range of much needed digital resources on citizenship, language learning, employability, work ready, and digital skills for life and work.