The Erasmus+ project PROMOVET is investigating the possibilities to include the "e" in learning. The project develops a training programme for VET trainers how to include IT tools like Youtube, Google, Whatsapp and co. into VET didactics. Find our more about the project under www.promovet-project.eu
The BRAMIR Project proposes the development and implementation of a multi-layered andragogic framework designed for a seniors target group comprising older workers approaching retirement and recent retirees.
Several ICT products, apps and services are available on the market supporting e- learning in the classrooms. But few of them are developed in a customized way supporting the implementation of creative learning and innovative teaching with the true pedagogical needs of our schools (end users) in focus.
The INCREASE project (funded under the Erasmus+ Youth Programme of the European Union) focuses on an interdisciplinary approach for workers active in residential youth care. The main aim is the development of an interdisciplinary training programme for the target group based on a detailed research study with representatives of the target group in all partner countries.
In response to the increasing number of young drug users committing crimes the ReWIND project is focused on the research of best practices in rehabilitation treatment for young drug users in prison and seeks to refine and consolidate an integrated system of interventions, involving the professionalism and the ability of public and private services, for purposes of re-education and/or rehabilitation.
The initial project (100 Mirrors) dealt with entrepreneurship among women. It aimed to improve the situation of women by developing a line of communication in which women entrepreneurs in the participating countries showcased their experiences, skills, abilities, limitations and the difficulties they faced, but also how they succeeded in improving their lives by being a leader in different areas.
The E.N.T.E.R. network in co-operation with the Regional Government of Styria - Department 1E Europe and Foreign Affairs as well as the Europe Direct Network Styria (both Austria) are implementing the Grundtvig Accompanying Measures Project “Age on Stage: Later Learning in Adult Education and its Role in Europe’s Development – Challenges, Concepts, Benefits, Outlook".
AGRONATUR is a Transfer of Innovation project funded by the action Leonardo da Vinci within the framework of the Lifelong Learning Programme. It aims to transfer results of two previous projects, namely In Nature and Active Tourism that were developed as Pilot-Projects within the Leonardo da Vinci Programme.
Boys Reading - Stimulating Reading Skills for Life
The Boys Reading project aims to integrate reading as normal part in the life of boys aged 11-15. This can only be achieved if teenage boys are able to choose their readings from books that match with their actual needs and interests. Addressing the needs of boys requires dialogue and the collective effort of all partners involved in the education process (incl. parents, community members…).
The main result of the project “Enhancing Labour Market Integration of elderly family carers through skills improving“ will be the transfer of an e-learning course (developed and implemented in Italy 2011) specifically targeting family carers of older persons aiming at the acquisition of skills and competences useful to provide better care but also to reduce the risk of stress and burn out.
The planning, organisation and implementation of effective business succession is one of the most severe upcoming issues faced by Europe’s economy. Companies have big difficulties in finding qualified people to whom the management of the business can be passed over faithfully.
So called "Community Cooperatives" are often set up when no external investors or public authority provider are prepared to take on a community service, as it may be too small or too remote. The active participation of citizens plays an increasingly important role regarding the general interest of the community.
The IN2SAI - Increasing young women's participation in Science Studies and in the Aeronautic industry project intends to impact on the participation of female students in higher education studies in sciences fields (especially those relevant for aeronautics) and to contribute to their integration in the Aeronautic Industry (AI).
The aim of PINECL - Parents Informal Networks for Early Childhood Learning is “to design a training programme that supports the accreditation of parents as lay family learning advisors and creates a dedicated social network bringing parents in rural communities and service providers together in support of early childhood development and education”.