The kick-off meeting of the KA2 Erasmus+ project Team2Share

Team2Share – Integrated Training & Teaching for Learning further aiming Knowledge Sharing Across Generations kick-off meeting

The Share2Team online kick-off meeting took place on the 25th of November 2020. This is a KA2 Erasmus+ project which gathers 8 partners from different European countries (Romania, Greece, Austria, Belgium, and Turkey). 

LilianGreci (INCSMPS) from the project coordinator opened the meeting and introduced the partners and main objectives of the project together with Klaus and Susana from Blickpunkt 

Partner countries face the same problems: high share of low skilled adults, poor participation of adults to education and training, low opportunities for adult learning. 

The project aims to support the acquiring of key competences, including basic skills for all through the development and transfer of innovative learning methods for low-skilled adults, including but not limited to vulnerable groups. 

The main objectives of the project are as follows: 

  1. Strengthening key skills, including life skills such as digital skills, literacy, communication and other personal skills, through introducing innovative methods useful for teachers and trainers in their work of delivering and assessing such skills
  2. Supporting the development and uptake of innovative approaches in learning methodologies and digital technologies for teaching and learning;
  3. Improving the access to training for low skilled adults, with focus on vulnerable groups by increasing quality, supply and accessibility of learning opportunities tailored to their learning needs;
  4. Providing opportunities for professional development of teachers/trainers through the development of effective digital, open and innovative methods supporting the work with low skilled adults; 

The target groups of the project are: 

  • LOW-SKILLED ADULTS with a focus on young people without basic education completed, women who for family reasons interrupted their education and low-skilled seniors or those who could not keep up with the development of new technologies with they need to interact in their daily life; 
  • TRAINERS, TEACHERS, MENTORS who work with low-skilled adults; 

It was a successful first meeting with very positive inputs and outcomes and we agreed to meet each other again in January 2021. 

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