General feedbacks from the testing in each country were shared. Partners were asked to comment on the structure of the workshops, content, and quality, role of the participants and their evaluation of this innovative training they were attending.
The training consists in 4 modules to be tested in each local context:
Module 1: Understanding the needs of the young people from disadvantaged, multicultural and inner-city areas
Module 2: Understanding the key norms of worked based culture
Module 3: Shaping an effective initial vocational and education intervention
Module 4: Bridging the gap in the clash of cultural norms
Some changes were agreed in order to improve the curriculum and enable partner to deliver this training on a long term.
The partner from Sweden, Folkuniversitetet, introduced the online platform and how the e-learning will be attended; the role of the trainers, moderators and some guidelines on how participants should use it.
The second day was a focus on the next productions to implement: the assessment, validation and certification procedure; the creation of the EURO IVET network of practitioners and the policy recommendations guidelines. These 3 outputs along with the completion of the curriculum and the running of the platform will be the core activities for the partners until June 2018 when the next meeting will take place in London. A final conference will be organised in order to present the results and promote them.
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