Social lnclusion Through Education
Start date: Sep 1, 2016,
End date: Aug 31, 2018
Partners supporting the SITE project - Social Inclusion Through Education- would like to explore and experiment in their contexts, methods and approaches, able to create interconnection between formal, non-formal and informal learning, in order to share best practice, following the work already started with a previous Grundtvig partnership project, implemented in 2012-2014, the results and working methods have reached levels of quality such as to obtain the recognition of "Star project".SITE wants to contribute to the achievement of Europe 2020, promoting inclusive and cohesive growth of the society, by promoting the exchange of best practices, experiences, methodologies and strategies in the adult education, in the framework of technological, economic and migratory changes that are transforming both our society, and the labor market, which requires new skills and constant updates of the knowledge. The consequence of these changes is that some particularly vulnerable or disadvantaged groups (long-term unemployed, immigrants, minorities, people no longer young exits suddenly from the labor market, unskilled workers, illiterate digital and people with mental illness) remain on the margins.The partners will work locally to identify small groups "vulnerable" adults excluded or disaffected with respect to lifelong learning. Will be identified their training needs, in terms of key and transversal skills.Will be investigated and analyzed obstacles and reasons for which the target groups are excluded or not motivated compared to lifelong learning, good practices and the innovative methods in the field of adult education (in particular peer to peer approaches; learning by doing and the Andragogical Model).The goals that the partners intend to achieve are:- exchange of best practice, learn and experiment methodologies and strategies to develop effective partices and tools for adult learning- analyze the causes and contribute to reducing the barriers between those who are included or excluded from education permanent;- promote the acquisition of skills in adults, with particular reference to the risk of social exclusion, as a means to promote the welfare and participation in social life and democratic;- raise awareness among local actors, in the various countries involved on the need for effective initiatives for adult learning.The members of the partnership are fully aware of the obligations that derive from a management of the project that is qualitatively satisfactory and pledged to make a management based on respect of the roles, the sharing of time and documentation, punctuality, respect and loyalty .The last collaboration, the previous knowledge and the frequent contacts even after the end of the common EU project, have created a cohesive group and respectful of the commitment and the work of others, a group of professionals who do not just work together, but that they know take the advantage of a valid working group for the progress and success of the project, despite the distances that separate them.The members of the Partnership will meet in the project meeting and will work effectively at a distance, both to experience of the training initiatives in their contexts through the use of non-formal methods, both for the production of searches, reports, training modules, booklet and an app, available on the website which will be dedicated to the project and re-used by public and private entities involved in the training and education of adults.
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