The fifth newsletter tells about the final conference that took place in Athens as well as about the findings and results of the national pilots that involved all in all 55 educators and 500 migrants and refugees in the partner countries. Their feedback was gathered by means of questionnaires and direct talks – We are happy to announce that is was very positive. Read more in our newsletter.
The VIM partners have developed a Quality Badge for all those organisations that promote health education for migrants and want to show it to their clients, learners, other training providers, funding authorities, the broad society, and other interest groups.
Find out all main facts in our fourth newsletter.
The third newsletter presents the training offer for adult educators who wish to embed small training units – that we simply call “activities” as these shall be interactive and shall involve migrants and refugees in all kind of playful, discovery oriented and holistic activities that aim to improve their health literacy. Get the newsletter here.
The second newsletter of the VIM project summarises the findings of the comprehensive research activities in terms of main barriers for migrants to access national healthcare services and their training needs.
Please download the newsletter here.
For the full research report please visit our website.
If you want to know what happened during the last month in the LISTEN project or get an overview what lies ahead, please download the LISTEN – Newsletter 2 February 2018.
If you want to know what VIM stands for and what its main activities and aspired outcomes will be – get the newsletter here.
In December 2017, project partners met for the first time at the kick-off meeting in Vienna where they planned the upcoming research and debated the needs of stakeholders in the European labour markets. In the first months of 2018, COME IN partners will conduct the transnational research and interviews with employers and experts exploring their attitudes toward employment and work integration of refugees and learning more about their training needs.
For more details on the project and infos on our survey please have a look at our first newsletter
We have announced the SASSI award for innovative workforce development strategies for the ageing workforce in our last post – actually the award is still open for submissions!
In addition, you can not only apply for the SASSI award but use the same type of information for applying for the SASSI label. The SASSI label is given to those organisations that have implemented age-responsive strategies for their mature employees. So you can actually catch two birds with one stone – take part in the award and maybe win a trip to the Netherland and get the SASSI label. Read more about it our fourth Please also read our newsletter.
Successful training in Matosinhos
If you are interested in finding out how the course went and what we are doing next – have a look at our Newsletter nr 3.
Also you are warmly invited to apply for the VALLEY award and to spread the news to others who might be interested to participate.
You can access it following this link.