Transnational meeting in Valladolid, Spain, June 2017


Partners were gathered for the last meeting of the project in Spain. This seminar aimed to finalize the second intellectual ouptut of the project: the education guidance for adult education professionals. all partners worked from their own writings and the team harmonized, detailed and validated the version.



Transnational training session, Warsaw, Poland , May 2017


The seminar in Warsaw was meant to collectively work on the guidance (IO2).



In a first place, each of the partners presented their testing in their different countries and socio-professional background, focusing on the profiles of both their tutors/trainers and target groups (learners with fewer opportunities.

Then a brainstorming was suggested on the basis of a first draft plan for the Guidance (IO2)- in small groups (gathering the different countries), the partners were asked to make some concrete suggestions. In a plenary session, the different proposals were discussed and validated.

At the end of the Polish seminar, a final plan was adopted with a dispatching of the work according to the topic chosen by the different partners. Familles Rurales (PDL, France) was in charge of the Introduction and Conclusion- more considerations to implement the sustainability of the Key Tutors. Iriv conseil (France) had to write the second chapter dedicated to the 8 key competences and the Tool& process to identify and assess key competences by professionals working with learners with fewer opportunities (IO1); Infodef  (Spain) was focused on the tutors and trainers- their profiles and their feedback; Skudutiskis Akademia (Lithuania) was in charge of the learners with fewer opportunities ; JAMK (Finland) developed the methodological approaches offered by the different partners during the testing and FASS ( Poland)was in charge of the SWOT analysis


Transnational training session, Jyvaskyla, Finland, 2016


The intellectual output 1 “Tool and process to identify and assess the key competences of learners from disadvantaged backgrounds / with fewer opportunities” was very much enriched through European partners contributions in may 2016.


Indeed , all partners with tutors were gathered for the first European training session organized in Jyvaskyla, Finland from 16 to 20th of May.


Partners shared the results of their experimentations among tutors and of tutors among learners.


Starting from partners’ experimentation results, the team contributed to improve and adapt the “Tool and process” to enhance key competencies of adult learners.


A final version will be worked and propose by Iriv Conseil on September 2016.


This training session also permitted to meet finnish tutors and partners of the JAMK university and to better understand their professional realities.