Future Work

Future Work – how to equip trainers with competences to provide learners with skills for agile and digital work
Project number: 2019-1-RO01-KA202-063343
Implementation period: 01.09.2019 – 31.08.2021

Project description

The project aims to analyse missing digital skills of trainers and beneficiaries with the help of SELFIE which is based on the Framework for Digitally competent Educational organisations (DigCompOrg) developed by the European Commission. Deriving from this the project consortium will develop results supporting trainers based on the needs research, because only skilled trainers are able to equip (future) employees with competences they need for a digital based working environment. The strategic partnership intends to produce outcomes, which benefit a more modern, dynamic, committed and professional environment inside organisations so that trainers get prepared to integrate new methods into daily activities, which ultimately will benefit the beneficiaries to be equipped with future skills as well as businesses to ensure they can receive employees which are prepared for their future work environments.

The following results will be developed:

  • SELFIE Survey and Analysis. The survey will determinate missing digital skills of trainers and beneficiaries with the help of the SELFIE Tool. The deriving needs will lay the ground for the following results.
  • FUTURE WORK manual and toolbox for trainers (including exercises based on needs results).
  • FUTURE WORK tool and case box for beneficiaries including implementation of recommendations for future work skills.
  • FUTURE WORK App – a mobile app for beneficiaries

Project website : https://alvia.ro/fw


Dimitrie Cantemir University of Targu Mures – Targu Mures, Romania
BEST Institut für berufsbezogene Weiterbildung und Personaltraining – Vienna, Austria
Danmar Computers – Rzeszów, Poland
Dekaplus Business Services – Limassol, Cyprus
Camera Di Commercio I.A.A. Di Terni – Terni, Italy
Sociedade Portuguesa De Inovação – Porto, Portugal

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.