Meeting in Timisoara sets project next steps

The Key Competences for All project partners met in Timisoara, Romania, during 27-28 April 2011. This was the 4th transnational project meeting, following thee previous ones in Barcelona, Riga and London.

All partner organizations from six European countries were all represented in Timisoara. In addition, 14 facilitators from Spain, UK, Belgium, Latvia and Romania, involved in piloting the Employment toolkit attended a paralel workshop. This workshop was organized in order to present the results of the piloting phase and to propose improvement suggestions to the toolkit.

The project management team discussed a number of issues related to the implementation of the project, including work-package developement, the piloting phase, dissemination, exploitation, financial and legal issues.

Based on the conclusions of the piloting phase, final improvements are now being implemented, and the toolkit will be officially launched both at national and European level during the next few months.

More details about the launching will follow soon.

KC4All partners meet in Timisoara, Romania

During 27-28 April 2011, project partners are having their 4th transnational meeting in Timisoara, Romania. This meeting is organized by Foundation EOS, the Romanian partner, and will cover all important aspects of the project implementation.
A parallel workshop is being organized for telecentre facilitators that participated in the testing phase of the toolkit.
Please find HERE the full version of the meeting agenda.

Strong interest from telecentres all over the world

The Employment toolkit generates increased interest from networks of telecentres outside of Europe. This was clearly seen during the Global Forum on Telecentres, organized by Foundation in Santiago, Chile, during 5-7 April 2011.

Members of Telecentre-Europe and KC4All partners attended an employability-dedicated workshop where the employment toolkit lifted up the interest of a number of telecentre networks in Asia, Africa and South America. Telecentre-Europe is exploring with these networks the possibility to have the toolkit replicated in more languages and geographical areas.

The employment toolkit gets its first award

The Employment week hosted on 25 November 2010 the Employability Awards ceremony in Brussels. The Employment toolkit (proposed by Telecentre-Europe) won the award for Integrated employability model and Use of Collaborative IT.

Moreover, Telecentre-Europe organized a workshop during the event, where the Employment Toolkit and the Key Competences for All project were the audience was informed about the Employment Toolkit concept and about the overall approach of the Key Competences for All project.


The Guidelines for Stakeholders and New Actors will provide you with an overview of the Online Employment Toolkit. The Guidelines describe the goals, methodological approach and innovative features of the Toolkit, as well as providing information on how the Toolkit can be used by your main stakeholders - Online Centres, Employment Agencies, Adult Education Centres and others.


This Facilitator’s handbook will provide you with the information and guidance you need to act as a tutor/facilitator for the online employability toolkit “Key Competencies for All.” The toolkit supports the enhancement of basic key competencies in adults who wish to improve their employability through an alternative learning approach (ICT-based, user-centred, interest- oriented).



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