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Mennet

Mennet

The aim of this project is to increase growth into the labour market through facilitating access by up-skilling pathways and making available skills identifications. In today’s society everyone needs to have basic skills for achive his potential an to play an active role in society and to take civic responsabilities.

The MENNET project would target adults with a low level of skills, knowledge and competences. This will be achieved by delivering education and training in appropriate learning settings in which qualified teachers and trainers apply adult-specific teaching methods and exploit the potential of digital learning.

The objectives are:

  1. To evaluate the level of low skilled adults and adults with fewer opportunities competencies for writing, reading, calculations and use of computer;
  2. To encourage the continuing development of low skilled adults and adults with fewer opportunities by using the innovative education models; by creating training program with sub-modules for their reading, writing, calculations and use of computer competencies.
  3. To create mentoring platform for the reading, writing, calculations and use of computer competencies improvement.

The consortium comprises 6 organisations from different EU countries like Spain, Norway, Lithuania and Romania.

MENNET will increase participation of low skilled adults and adults with fewer opportunities in lifelong learning and will improve their skills which will help to integrate into society better and easier by implementing:

  • Skills assessment tool on upskiling pathways
  • Training program on upskiling pathways
  • Mentoring network for low skilled adults

This project is very actual in nowadays when Europe deeply in crisis of growing unemployment and early leavers from school. It is also innovative as intellectual project material which will be developed for low skilled adults and adults with fewer opportunities based on these skill which is necessary for them after the evaluation i.e. writing, reading, calculations and use of computer.

More information about the project at:
www.facebook.com/Mennetproject/