Likehome 2nd partners meeting took place in Athens
LikeHome Erasmus Plus funded project which looks to set up guidelines to asses and recognize the prior learning of migrants met on the 1st and 2nd June, at the EOPPEP (Greek partner) premises.
This meeting was the second one, after the kicked-off meeting in Alicante. On these six last month’s partners have been busy developing different tasks for each work package, which were presented during the Athens meeting. The “Need Assessment and Analysis of challenges” WP was presented by the Folkuniversitete (Swedish Adult Education Center). These best practices are really important for the project as it will be implement within local examples from partners’ countries. How to adapt these best practices to the different countries? It’s the following question to be resolved. This WP is led by the University of Bologna and Euro Training Foundation which presented several ideas on how to put these practices into practice. These two intellectual pillars would help to work on the next step.
Its foresees to develop an e-assessment tool and a data base which could be use by the stakeholders and by newly arrived migrants and refugees. The last phase of the project would be led by EfVET, including seminars focused on testing these materials with the trainers ‘train-the-trainers’ seminars. In Athens, partners had time as well to go through the questionnaires results presented by the Austrian partner, Die Berater.
Thanks to this meeting partners had the opportunity to exchange views about the project, and to solve doubts about their task.
Next meeting will be take place in December and it will be hosted by EfVET in Brussels.