ADaPT5Future: ADult People create Technologies for their
Development of STEAM skills, as mostly related to highly-qualified jobs, is a major priority across formal and non-formal
education sectors in all European countries and beyond. However, an emerging offer of technological education is still of
limited availability for adults, especially those with fewer opportunities due to economic, social, geographical or migrant
background obstacles. Local community learning centers can fill in this gap as they have already established themselves
as non-formal digital education providers. In the needs analysis that we carried out in the project initiation stage, we
observed that local learning centers face skill-related challenges, when it comes to providing technological education to
adult learners: a) lack of relevant skills (technological and andragogical) among educators; b) lack of skills, motivation
and confidence among adults to enroll to a technological activity/workshop/training course.
01/11/2021 – 01/11/2023
News & Updates
Interim TPM in Gdansk
The interim project meeting was held in Gdansk, Poland, on February 1-2, 2023. The meeting venue selected by the hosts Fundacja NOVA was the European Solidarity Center commemorating the Solidarity movement that began in Gdansk shipyards. The meeting was attended by 13...
News from the vocational training sector: future IT professionals are already learning to program artificial intelligence!
Going hand in hand with technological and industrial innovations and training high-quality professionals for the labor market are important challenges for the vocational training sector. With the support of the Erasmus+ program, School of Robotics (Robotikos mokykla)...
INTERNATIONAL TRAINING ON THE TOPIC OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE HAS TAKEN IN FINLAND
2021 September 14-16. A training event for staff in the Erasmus-funded project "Introducing Artificial Intelligence to Vocational Schools in Europe" took place in Turku, Finland. The aim of the training is to acquaint the teachers of the partner organizations with the...
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