The project focuses on adult education and employment in Europe. This project will contribute to meeting the Europe 2020 goals to increase employment rate by 75% and participation target of 15% in lifelong learning through development of the basic and specific competences of adult educators.
According to the data of the need analysis in European and partner countries national context, the following needs are addressed within the project:
The objectives are:
To meet the above mentioned needs and implement the objectives, the partnership will prepare three intellectual outputs: curriculum (01), training material and ICT tools (02) and guidelines (03). A new Lifestyle entrepreneurship approach, as a solution to get engaged in learning will be suggested to adult learners with fewer opportunities and from disadvantaged backgrounds thus enabling them to get self-employed and create business around their lifestyle, abilities and talents.
Target groups: adult educators-practitioners; learners from disadvantaged background (senior citizens, people living in remote areas, in long-term unemployment, women of social exclusion, low-skilled, etc.).
The methodology of the project is based on the blended learning approach using the reversed/ flipped training method, ICT tools, Open Educational Resources.
The project will adapt the good practices from UK on Lifestyle Entrepreneurship as a useful alternative to self-employment for adults with fewer opportunities and from disadvantaged backgrounds.