Learners targeted

More than 100 adult learners will be targeted through the Key tutors project.

 

They can be in difficulties for a long or short time. They have difficulties to find a job or are far from the education field.

 

Learners profils are differnet depending on partners national action and their field of work.

 

A specific focus will be put on women, especially those who had to stop any professional activity for family reasons in relationship to the high number of unemployed women living in disadvantaged areas being single to raise their children.

 

The participants are selected on their will to enhance their professionalization-academic career and/or their access to the national labor markets. The learners will be involved in the sessions of experimentation of the tool and method designed for the Key tutor project to identify their experience and professional experience and express them in terms of competences on the basis of the combination one basic skill/one transversal skill offered by the Key Tutor project.

 

In France, (Familles Rurales) adult learners targeted by the project are adult wishing a training or a job in the socio-educative field. 

 

Synthetic profile : 

  • Almost 50% of men and 50% women
  • Especially employees and learners in apprenticeship 
  • 50% of integration contact
  • 30% of level 5 in education
  • 27 years old in average

Iriv Conseil works with migrant public which are faced to the following difficulties

  • KC1 & KC3- low qualified learner having left school at 15-16 years
  • KC2- low level of French as a Foreign Language
  • KC4-  low level for the mastering of digital tool (computer & Internet)

 In Finland,

 

Gender: Males 10 and Females 16

 

Age groups:

  • 35 -40 yrs  / 4 individual
  • 20 -34 yrs  /19 individuals
  • Under 20 yrs / 3 individuals

Difficulties:

  • Life management skills issues
  • Mental health issues
  • Long-term employment
  • Impairments
  • Lack of motivation/initiative

 Learners as many of them have difficulties in managing their own lives. Their problems are are big and widely intertwined to many areas of life:

  • learners have a lack of motivation and commitment to work or studies,
  • learners have lost the purpose of their lives.

 

In Poland

 

Learners (implementers of care services)

  • secondary general education or lower vocational education,
  • without the professional training they have less chances of finding a good job,
  • within social care services there are growing requirements in relation to the competence of people employed,
  • hence in our organization there is a constant requirement for professional caregivers to deepen their competencies,
  • between 20-60 years old, 90% women,
  • people who find it difficult to find employment outside of the care system,
  • therefore, in order to keep their work they must improve their competencies.

 

In Spain

 

More than 100 participants in total / Very heterogeneous.

 

Red Incola: migrant arab women participating in training courses to learn Spanish as a second language combined with pre-employment workshops and cultural activities. A mediator of Arab nationality carries out translations, mediations, and monitoring to promote the communication and integration process. Different ages (between 20 and 45) and low qualification. Preparation for employment courses: different ages and profiles.

 

Municipal Training Center: unemployed people, groups with fewer oportnities.

  • Tourism: ages between 20 and 55 / low-medium qualification
  • Carpentry: young people / more than 50% gypsies
  • Health and social care: more women / more migrants

 

 

LEARNERS: adults with disadvantaged background supported by professionals on a local level through Education and Culture programmes (VET centers, Public Administrations and community and voluntary sector organizations)

  • Lack of training/qualification, not developed work habits, low social skills in labor market, absence of labor discipline
  • Not well adapted to the needs of the labor market
  • Permanent rotation between employment and unemployment
  • Lack or little work experience
  • Legal and administrative difficulties to work or train
  • Knowledge of national language is compulsory

In Lithuania,

 

Learners associated to the experimentation of the “tool and process” (Intellectual output 1) are members of disadvantaged rural families:

  •  13 women and 1 man. All of them are from families which suffers from various difficulties. All participants are in difficult material situation, 10 people live on government benefits;
  • 3 single mothers raising children (one - 8, the second disabled - 2 and the third - 1);
  • 1 woman is raising a granddaughter, whose parents are alcoholics;
  • 1 woman is raising two children and one boy, who is ward and has psychological problems;
  • 2 women are from families with addiction problems;
  • The experiment involved a man who is rasing 2 young children by himself.