Job-Yes

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Project name

Job-yes project

Project code

2014-1-LT01-KA204-000617 01.09. 2014 – 31.12. 2016

Project duration

2014 - 2015

Sponsorship

ERASMUS + programme

Coordinator

Social Innovation Fund, Lithuania

About project

O1 - INNOVATIVE MODEL FOR INTEGRATION INTO LABOUR MARKET (IMILM MODEL)

  • Analysis of competences needed for people with disadvantaged backgrounds and fewer opportunities for their successful integration into labour market
  • Self-need analysis tool for learners
  • Open Educational Resources (OERs) 
  • Online Knowledge portfolio for learners
  • Online Action plan for learners
  • User guide for learners 
  • Leaflet for learners 
  • Facebook group for learners
  • Quality assurance of IMILM model

O2 – ADULT EDUCATION ORGANISATION MODERNISATION MODEL (AEOM MODEL)

  • State of Art Review on the existing situation of adult education organisations active in the field of employment-related training and their capacities to implement innovative methods for upgrading the soft skills of the learners 
  • eGuidebook for AE organisations 
  • Collection of good practices with learners’ success stories 
  • Framework for social partnership
  • LinkedIn group for adult educators 
  • Leaflet for AE organisations and stakeholders
  • Quality assurance of AEOM model
Project objectives
  • To increase motivation of people with disadvantaged background and fewer opportunities through participatory approach;
  • To facilitate access for learners to employment-related training by offering tailored for individual learners learning opportunities based on Open Educational Resources (OERs);
  • To increase motivation of people with disadvantaged background and fewer opportunities to learn by providing information on validation of non-formal and informal learning;
  • To strengthen the capacities of AE organisations active in employment-related training to offer high quality ICT-based training tailored for individual learners with disadvantaged background and fewer opportunities;
  • To enhance the professional development of AE staff by introducing new innovative educational methods: reversed training, Open Educational Resources (OERs), blended-learning approach with new role of trainer as facilitator;
  • To increase the adaptability of employment-related learning to the nowadays labour market’s needs by reinforcing social partnership  between AE organisations, labour exchange offices and world of work (enterprises).