This training manual has been developed as part of the ‘International Citizens for Local Perspectives’ project.
Education and Training
These policy recommendations are the final result of key activities, conducted in the frame of the Erasmus+ project NE(W)AVE: reNEWable E-Vet learning.
The E-Toolkit for VET Trainers is an important tool for VET trainers and providers who wish to use the Open Online Course (OOC) for VET learners in their own institutions in a way that promotes the methodology and contents developed by the NE(W)AVE project.
This Market Analysis Report describe features and characteristics of the health prevention context, market and promotion initiatives/measures in Austria, Belgium, Germany Greece, and Italy.
European review of digital data literacy opportunities in terms of school curricula, qualifications and availability of digital open data tools in secondary school
This document gives the guidelines to manage School Review Workshops, interactive days where school staff and students investigate the level of safety and inclusion at school, checking the school environment, the formal policies.
The European Anti-Bullying Network (EAN) has developed two surveys on anti-bullying and the prosocial behaviour: one for the students and one for the school staff.
The manual for the Certification Procedure gives a detailed overview of the basic steps to be taken and how to plan the procedure. It contains a checklist that the school management can use to summarize the data and recommendations collected and to self-assess and score the school
The Open Educational Resource on Art Therapy was realised as a result of the journey and the experience collected throughout ARTCOM project which involved six countries from Africa and Europe.
This Handbook was developed within the framework of “SAFER Project” that aims to prevent, encourage reporting and combat Gender-Based Violence (GBV) through the application of Positive Psychology principles.
The DICE training course was designed to improve, reinforce and make the work of professionals who approach newcomers in their daily practice more relevant and effective.
Here you can read Migrants take Care project newsletters.
Fourth newsletter of the project discussing final conclusions of the training and dissemination activities conducted during its lifetime.
The cards have been created to help intermediary professionals identify their clients’ competences as a first step for a tailored, more empathic and efficient approach to recruiting and counselling.
Innovative strategies and intervention methods for motivating young mothers to re-enter education, including guidelines for working with parents and peers and emergency management.