The short-term staff training (C1) of the Erasmus+ Adult project “FINE2WORK: Promoting financial, digital and entrepreneurial competences for vulnerable adults (women) with restricted access to the digitalised market (home based)” was held online between the 13th and 14th of April 2021 and was completed with great success!
The FINE2WORK project aims to:
👉 Empower adults – mainly women to be integrated into the economy either as employees or entrepreneurs based on their needs and abilities.
👉 To provide high quality learning opportunities for adults so that they enhance their digital and financial competences while acquiring new key competences such as entrepreneurial skills in an attempt to safeguard social inclusion, access and participation in the labour market and society
👉 To support adults to set up their own ‘home-based business model’ or ‘work remotely as employees’
The participants had the opportunity to get informed about the project and the projects’ results.
Additionally, the consortium presented the FINE2WORK e-Learning Platform (https://academy.fine2work.eu/ ) as well as its functionalities.
✅On the first day of the C1 training, the coordinator of the project Project Net (Latvia) presented a brief overview of the project’s purpose and aims. Emphasys Centre (Cyprus) presented the e-learning platform and the Open Badges Eco-System ( https://academy.fine2work.eu/ ). Additionally, Module 1 – Entrepreneurial Competences was presented by RCCI (Bulgaria) and Descularte (Portugal).
✅On the second day of the C1 training two learning modules were presented Module 2 – Financial Competences by Project Net (Latvia), and Module 3 – Digital Competences by Emphasys Centre (Cyprus). At the end of the training, participants had an open discussion for evaluation and feedback for the whole C1 training activity and the next steps of the project were discussed.
Follow the FINE2WORK website to stay up to date with the project’s progress and the project’s website https://fine2work.eu/