This project aims to promote inclusive education and training within local communities by fostering a culture of respect and mutual understanding.
The specific objectives of the project are to:
improve the digital competencies of marginalised older learners
develop a suite of free online courses to support flexible modes of learning with focuses on digital, employability, language and citizenship skills
develop of an accreditation framework to map qualifications to the EQFM
create an effective outreach, guidance and motivation strategy
work collaboratively with 6 transnational partner organizations based in the UK, Ireland, Spain, Latvia & Finland
develop innovative materials for adult tutors/practitioners which will be initially delivered to 25 adult tutors who will then pilot the materials with 100 adults learners across Europe.
This partnership believes that the long term impact of this project will be to prevent and tackle marginalisation within a framework of equal opportunities for all but offering a range of innovative digital resources suitable for older learners across Europe.
Southern Regional College's International Affairs Team secured €260,139 for this Erasmus+ KA2 project. The partners successfully worded together on the following Intellectual Outputs:
development of digital skills course and pre-entry language course
development of an employability and work ready course
development of a Level 2 citizenship course & pedagogical handbook.