The MASTER project activities aim to support cooperation among key Adult Education actors in order to build a common European model for promoting and facilitating the participation of low-skilled adults in formal education/training opportunities and in the labour market. The activities are:
- Development and implementation of an outreach strategy targeting different groups of low-skilled adults.
- Elaboration of the MASTER self-assessment toolkit, a set of practices and tools to carry out the self-identification and self-assessment of low skilled individuals’ learning outcomes acquired through non-formal and informal learning.
- Planning and experimentation of a bridge programme of personalised learning activities to prepare low-skilled adults for formal educational paths and for the labour market (MASTER Plan).
How adult learners will participate in MASTER activities:
- Help us to understand you better so we can find good ways of informing you about the diverse adult education opportunities you can take advantage of;
- Support us in the creation of interesting learning activities for you;
- Help us understand if the planned learning activities in MASTER will be effective;
- Promote the Master programme and your experience in it by simply talking about it to others.
How will Adult Educators providers participate in MASTER activities:
- Being part of the Stakeholder’s Committee.
- Disseminating the results of the project among their network.
- Intercepting beneficiaries.
- Supporting the implementation of the multi-stakeholder approach and ultimately, contributing to the sustainability of the project’s results.
- Ensuring the transferability of the MASTER approach to other educational domains dealing with low skilled people.