MASTER aims at introducing low-skilled adults to training and educational opportunities that can improve their situation in the labour market, by developing their self-assessment skills and their personal, social and learning competence [PSL].
Personal, social and learning competence [PSL] is intended as “the ability to reflect upon oneself, effectively manage time and information, work with others in a constructive way, remain resilient and manage one’s own learning and career. It includes the ability to cope with uncertainty and complexity, learn to learn, support one’s physical and emotional well-being, empathize and manage conflict” [COM(2018) 24 final].
As in the European Commission’s definition, PSL competence represents a wide range of skills that can be cross-cutting across jobs and sectors and that, favoring self-awareness, can be considered the most urgent competence to be trained for low-skilled adults.
What can Master do for Adult Education providers?
Provide a transversal multi-stakeholder outreach, assessment and learning strategy Adult Education providers can deploy to attract, engage and empower their target groups; this will ultimately increase the preciseness and practicality of their training provision.
What can Master do for Adult learners?
Master can help you to be the best version of yourself by introducing you to training and educational opportunities that can improve your situation in the labour market and increase your self-esteem.
The project started in November 2019, and its expected end date is April 2022.
Download the MASTER project leaflet (link)