An international project aimed at developing training materials for acquiring basic skills needed in the workplace is coming to an end Featured

28 October 2020 News 1241 Views
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On October 26 and 27, 2020 in the city of Dobrich were held two Multiplier events for dissemination of the results and presentation of the recourses developed in the frame of project “Workplace Basic Skills Training for Low-Skilled Migrants”

In total of 8 countries are partners in the project, with the leading organization being the “Innovation in Learning Institute” (ILI), Germany, and form Bulgaria the “International Management Institute” was involved as a partner.
The project is aimed at improving the basic skills for low-level educated adults, especially refugees and migrants in four working sectors: Construction, Care, Tourism and Cleaning by developing interactive learning materials for training literacy, numeracy and social skills – key factors for successful labour market integration.

Within the two events, the developed under the project resources were also presented, including Guidelines for trainers of low-skilled adults and migrants and Modules for e-learning in 4 different economic sectors (construction, social care and healthcare, tourism and the cleaning industry). The training modules are available in 10 languages, including Bulgarian, through project online platform and free mobile application.

CONTACTS:

International Management Institute

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Website: https://mimbg.org/

FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE PROJECT:

https://wbs.ili.eu/

https://www.facebook.com/WorkplaceBasicSkills

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SA6ooGUv00Q


The project is financed under the Erasmus + program, contract No. 2018-1-DE02- KA204-005032

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. The support of the European Commission for the preparation of this publication does not constitute an endorsement of the content that reflects the views only of the authors and not the Commission may be held liable for any use that may be made of the information it contains get into it.