Success indicators for implementing work related basic skills training for low qualified workers and unemployed
Strategy To Raise Awareness and Improve, Generalize and Help Tackling European Needs for Basic Skills / Straighten Basic Skills is an Erasmus+ project aiming at creating a systemic and multiperspective view of all successful indicators in a comprehensive strategy to effectively promote work related basic skills training for adults. In this project 6 organizations from Austria, France, Germany, Norway, UK and Romania gathered together in order to develop the concept and methodologies at stake, and do adapt this model in their countries, approaching it through implementation of 6 pilot projects focusing on 2 of the success indicators defined in previously.
The basis of this working paper is provided by the findings of a draft overview of the experience and the knowledge of all partners of the SbS consortium, supplemented by one associated partner.
The members of the SbS Consortium are: ifrep (France), bbb (Germany), BEST (Austria), NIACE (UK), IREA (Romania), Folkeuniversitetet (Norway)
Associated partner: SVEB/ FSEA (Switzerland)