MEGA – 1st Transnational Meeting

MEGA carried out its first transnational project meeting in Gottingen on 11th and 12th of March, 2020. The meeting was a novelty for all partners – Under the given circumstances three partners (from German, Austria and France) were on site, while three partners (from Italy, Lithuania and Cyprus) were not allowed to travel and were virtually connected. Despite its  Continue reading

I-CARE Kick-off in January

In the last days of January we met for the first meeting of the project I-CARE. I-CARE stands for Intercultural Care in the Social and Healthcare Sector and aims to promote intercultural skills of care workers to ease their interaction with clients with migration background. For this purpose a number of tools will be developed, among them an intercultural learning App for care workers.

The meeting was hosted by BUPNET in Göttingen, where our partners Continue reading

SASSI – Learning projects

Currently, all partners are implementing a learning project related to any of the course topics to apply in practice the newly aquired knowledge … and maybe to bring about change in the corporate culture.
Currently, in BUPNET we look at how we can make our own further education more innovative by including mobility – also abroad – as an option. We are fortunate enough to have funds available for this. So it will be “off to Europe”.
If you are interested in exploring innovative work experience incl. mobility as a means to update competences or to discover new ones, you should check on our SASSI Hub.

No Alternative Facts – Training Course

The training course designed in the framework of NOAF project took place last week in Goettingen, Germany. On 18th of February BUPNET, as a partner, hosted the event in its premises and welcomed in total 21 participants who attended the 3-day course. The project “No alternative facts” addresses the challenge of processing information in a growing globalised world, in an adult education context, through this innovative train-the-trainer format which succeeded in: Continue reading

Job Bridge – Training Course

We are pleased to announce that the Job Bridge training course for trainers and multipliers was successfully carried out on February 11th to 13th in the premises of the BUPNET in Göttingen, Germany. The course lasted 18 hours in total and included 22 participants from all partner countries. The course aimed to enable the participants to implement competence-oriented approaches with volunteers and validate competences acquired in the voluntary activities. All main course contents are available on the Job Bridge online platform. Continue reading

SASSI – Hub

We are glad to announce that all modules that were provided during our training course in Matosinhos are now available on our SASSI-Hub.
The modules are:

  • Module 1: Longer working lives
  • Module 2: Career pathways for older employees
  • Module 3: Career review
  • Module 4: Workplace mobility for career revitalisation
  • Module 5: Career management for older employees
  • Module 6: Building capacity – the learning project
  • Module 7: Competence validation with LEVEL5

Besides the modules you can also find further reading, articles, case studies and examples of successful career changes in later life.
Interested? Register today: https://mahara.vita-eu.org/ and choose “SASSI – Working on” in the list of institutions.

Final Event in Budapest

A heart-warming Final Conference on Health Points took place in Budapest, at the 19th of November 2019. The event was organized at a community centre and had a nice and easy-going atmosphere.

After an introduction to the project a keynote speech about the issues young people report to the national youth and child helpline by Ms Orsolya Táler, head of the Kék Vonal Child Crisis Foundation presented interesting data about problems young people face in Hungary. Afterwards the project’s products were presented and participants had the chance to become active during a world-cafe session. the event closed with a common luunch and many good conversations.

VIM – How the pilots went

We have successfully concluded the VIM national pilots and have written up our reports.
In total, 55 educators piloted the small training units in all countries involving all in all 488 migrants and refugees from different countries of origin. The pilot tests took place in various contexts, mainly in language courses, but also during welcoming sessions, workshops and multiplier events.

In general, the feedback from the educators in terms of the relevance and usability of the VIM small training units was very positive. Continue reading