Transnational seminars are an essential part of any European project and allow all partners to meet and discuss important issues regarding the development and implementation of the project.
During each transnational seminar, follow-up sessions are organised to exchange with all partners on the activities carried out and the expected results. This is also the right moment to organise specific sessions to clarify and/or help partners in their administrative and financial commitments. Partners can also exchange on potential activities, and ADICE, as project coordinator, ensures that the objectives, tool creation and dissemination activities are achieved.
The project partners were once again present and very proactive at this 3rd seminar in Liverpool. This was an opportunity to work on the different intellectual outputs which are the following:
- An “Information and Orientation Training” to improve the knowledge of adult education workers on mobility programmes and projects. A copy of the Training Guide is available on the ADICE website: Mobility+ Guide.
- A “Competence Manual” for adult education professionals which can help them understand and explain the Key Competences to their beneficiaries.
- A “Path Definition” developed in the form of a portfolio and a pedagogical video to help adult education workers link the needs and expectations of their beneficiaries in order to achieve competence building.
- A “Valorisation Workshop” and its guide to monitor the follow-up of participants after the return from mobility projects and to reinforce the benefits of international mobility for adult education workers.
We thank the project partners for their involvement and look forward to seeing them at the next ADICE transnational seminar in Estonia in June!
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The rest is coming soon!