European society is moving towards a knowledge-based economy. This is not only a goal of the Lisbon agenda but a reality confirmed by CEDEFOP in its study on the level of qualifications required for European workers (cited in “New Skills for New Jobs” EC Communication, 2008).
The project “KC4All” − Key Competences for All − proposes to support the enhancement of the basic key competencies of low qualified adults improving their employability through an alternative learning approach (ICT-based, user-centered, interest-oriented).
Partners will conduct research to identify the specific needs of end users and to collect already proven learning resources for employability (from the consortium as well as from previous LLL funded projects).
The project will develop a brand new solution for the delivery of employability-related contents and guidance to those at a risk of exclusion. It will be delivered through national Telecentre networks and beyond (civic centres, adult education centres, worker unions, etc.). This multi-lingual project will be developed collaboratively, inspired by Constructivism and Web 2.0.
- Toolkit for End users
- Handbook for Facilitators
- Guidelines for New Actors
- Other results
- Exchange of good practice in the field of adult non-formal training on Key Competencies required for Employability
- Start-up of a European Community of Practice on the subject
- Key competencies addressed within the project
- Digital skills
- Learning to learn
- Social and civic competencies
- Sense of initiative and entrepreneurship