Duration: 1. 9. 2019 – 1. 9. 2021
Project reference: 2019-1-NO01-KA204-060313
Skills such as working autonomously, adjusting to changes and having trustful relationships at the workplace are the basic skills for low skilled workers. Trainers of these skills have a challenging task to deliver this knowledge. For that reason, this project aims to prepare a Massive Open Online Course to provide them with the needed support.
Outputs of the project
- concrete curriculums for training courses
- digital learning maps for each curriculum for employees with low basic skills
- production of Massive Open Online Course where trainers of low skilled workers can share opinions, knowledge and seek information for their training
This project is a continuation of a previous project Basic skills training as strategy for vocational training in companies (2016-1-NO01-KA204-022071) with the same partnership that connects 5 countries: Norway, Portugal, Austria, Italy, and Slovenia.
The role of STEP Institute
Since we relate to teachers of low-skilled workers in big production companies and the national employment office, we will integrate theory and practice to assure the content will be relevant for the trainers. As experienced researchers we will prepare interviews to explore the methods trainers use more in detail. Our specialties are quality counselling and the production of different programs for several target groups. We will have the responsibility for curriculum development for training courses.