Learning is a process that continues throughout your life.
Nowadays, labour market expects you to be always on top of knowledge and expertise. That is even more crucial if we consider the high rate of unemployement in Europe and the high competitiveness among young people!
If you are an "adult learner" who is living this challenge don't put yourself down!
The European Union has designed the option suitable for you and your needs!
With its responsive design and its catchy contents, it is available in 7 different languages.
Designed to let you live an immersive experience of interaction via all your devices, it offers you many useful resources to encourage Lifelong learning, such as the Manual "Balance of Key Competences for Universal School Certification".
Click on www.adultstraining-project.eu and at the beginning of 2019, an e-learning area will make the learning process very interactive and easy to experience!
EATI outputs are really friendly-users and easy to be understood!
Soon the Methodology Manual "Balance of Key Competences for Universal School Certification" will be available on the website.
It will ensure the recognition, validation and certification of adults' skills by developing a more open and flexible approach and tools for diagnosis, assessment and accreditation at both National and European level.
The Manual will be composed of an initial and general context of the theme and its objectives, a methodological guide for professionals in order to map out a career development plan, a career reorientation plan or a training plan; and a set of specific tools for recognition, validation and certification of competences for adults.
Is the labour market too much competitive? Does the Language Gap and other issues make you feel stressed? You can work it out! Set up your personal way to be successful!
EATI project will provide useful training materials in order to make adults more competitive in the labour market with its English training packages, soon available in the e-learning platform of the website!
What about training courses?
The training will consist of 50 hours (divided into 25 lessons) of training with interactive contents for beginners and for whom with intermediate skills in English. Lessons will include learning basic vocabulary and more specific vocabulary focused on education, employment, law, etc. as well as grammar, reading comprehension and self-evaluation.
Self-study materials, targeted at unemployed adults will soon be available to improve your skills!
Don’t get lost in the mess, set up your business!
And what about soft skills? Soft skills are personal attributes, social cues and communication abilities..difficult to evaluate!
Adults should have more developed soft skills than students due to their working experience. However, in a transforming world they are also changing very fast and becoming more and more important in job search.
Many employers think that these abilities are better acquired at workplace than at the University or at the Vocational school.
According to the World Economic Forum, here you have the 10 most important soft skills for the year 2020.
A project across Europe: the last meeting in Paris
The 2nd EATI Transnational Meeting was held on17th and 18th of April 2018 in Paris, discussing the recognition, validation and certification of adult training.
The main topics addressed have been:
1. The creation of Methodological Manual;
2. The design and organization of European platform of Digital Recognition, Validation and Certification for Adults;
3. Revision of Project Planning, Quality Indicators, Mobility Tool;
4. Dissemination and Communication strategy.
We solved the main concerns regarding different educational systems, and therefore it was a very successful meeting accomplishing all the goals!
The consortium will meet again in Helsinki the 7th and 8th of November to focus on the upcoming steps!
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