The two years project Diverisities @ Work is near its end and the last meeting of the consortium was held in October in Madrid. The two meeting days were a time in which the project partners reported the results of work done last months – meetings with representatives of business, organizations form sectors education and health, which were shown and presented the training materials developed within the project. The last corrections of the handbook, the fife theme guides on LGBT+ belonging to it and the functionality of the e-learning platform Diverisities@Work http://www.d-work.eu/ were discussed by the participants in the event.
With the time progresses and the activities under the project WHOLE also develope. The project consortium met in October 2016 in Linz, Austria, to take account of the progress of assigned tasks in the spring. Host of the two-day meeting was Berufsförderungsinstitut Oberösterreich (BFI OÖ).
A final report was prepared, based on the conducted questionnaires in recent months with elderly people using formal/ informal care and with formal / informal carers. It presented advise needs on healthy nutrition and appropriate physical activity, reported in the questionnaires.
The current changes in the demographic structure of Europe and the reduction of the working age population lead to the conclusion that the active involvement of older people in pre-retirement or retirement age in social and economic life of the community on different ways becomes urgent.
The idea of project Social Entrepreneuring – BUILDING CAPACITY AMONG SENIORS TO SERVE AS SOCIAL CHANGE BROKERS IN COMMUNITIES is initiating of exchange of experiences among people aged 55+, motivating them to participate actively in social and economic life and creation of entrepreneurial skills among them.
From our cooperation with local practice partners we received altogether 43 methods, tools and good practice approaches. 36 of them were included into a first draft of our “Handbook of good practices”.
The collected methods, tools and good practice approaches were systemised, arranged and relate to key competences they support.
The first draft was introduced to the project partners at the project meeting in Sofia in May 2016. Composition and structure of the single methods and the handbook in its entirety were discussed by the project consortium. Furthermore the partners have been asked to give additional information to several aspects of the methods. Continue reading
Transnational Training III within “Elist – European Learning Innovation for Sustainable Training” context is a 5 days Training Course for Multipliers (TCM), was hold in the week 20th – 2th of June in Costa da Caparica, Portugal. 35 participants, from 6 countries – Austria, Bulgaria, Greece, Italy, Portugal and Spain had the opportunity to improve their attitudes/behaviors, knowledge, and skills as Multipliers. These participants were recognized at EU level as the ELIST4M team.
The ELIST4M team member will be capable to motivate potential users of the project ELIST results in order to have a positive impact on local development in a sustainable way, considering the environment, the economy and the social context of their communities. Continue reading
Partners made presentation on WP2 Revision/harmonization, WP7‐ Multiplier Events in Spain and Portugal update/examination, key findings and potential for exploitation of results and WP6‐IO3 Update/examination, key deliverables and related deadlines for reporting and project closure.
Check on Monitoring and Evaluation of the project activities was also presented, including QA final report.
We selected methods, tools and good practice approaches that will facilitate persons working with young people to motivate and support young people’s occupational orientation together with our practice partners. They will be compiled in a Handbook of good practice and tested by the practice partners. During the meeting each partner introduced one method example.
More than half a year of launching the project WHOLE – Wellbeing and Healthy Choices for Older Adults and their Carers, № 2015-1-DE02-KA204-002418 passed. Over time the project partners had to fulfill a number of tasks. During the second project meeting held in Galway, Ireland, hosted by ProActivate, were presented the results of their work. Based on the results of analyzes of aspects in social and health systems in the countries, participating in the project relating to seniors and caregivers, were clarified key points on which programs on healthy nutrition and physical activity will be based.
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After two years of European cooperation of ELIST project the ELIST Training programme and other outcomes are finished in their development, have been tested and evaluated and are ready for publication – Free download and Free online training access!
All ELIST outcomes aim to support the development of entrepreneurial competences especially those connected with regional development aspects and sustainability. The ELIST training programme was developed for young managers in agriculture sector and tourism, young people and women (rural and urban periphery) and adult learning practitioners. Continue reading
We started our active project work with our Kick-Off-Meeting in Weimar in November 2015. At this occasion with were reassured that job orientation for young people is a relevant topic in the partner countries.
At this stage of the project we already had contact to our local practical partners who were quite interested in participating in the project and interested in the targeted aims and objectives.
Within the next weeks we developed a questionnaire tool and led a lot of interviews with our practice partners about the methods, approaches and tools they use when they support young people by their competence assessment and job orientation. Altogether we received 43 methods, tools and good practice approaches. 36 of them were included into a first draft of our “Handbook of good practices”.