Aid Kit – Aid Kit for Autonomous Online Classes

Aid Kit – Aid Kit for Autonomous Online Classes
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Implementation period: 01-11-2021 – 01-11-2023
Assistance program: Erasmus+

Project description

The “Aid Kit” project is linked to the need for distance education in light of the COVID-19 threats and the need to create educational pathways for distance learning that motivates students to teach and learn independently. By developing a pilot course for trainers of vulnerable groups, both target groups will benefit from dynamic digital methodologies. The project promotes new approaches to solving online learning problems by improving the qualifications of trainers and adult education staff. This will enable trainers to focus on guiding/mentoring their students, who will at the same time gain professional competence and motivation for adult learning. To achieve this goal, a non-formal learning programme has been created and will be piloted with 25 trainers and 50 learners from vulnerable groups in 5 EU countries.

Target groups:

Professional trainers will benefit from this project by gaining access to valuable resources on motivation in distance learning programmes. Selected groups of adult learners will benefit from tailored courses that will motivate them to become active learners with improved digital skills. Non-formal learning programmes are dynamic in enhancing lifelong continuous learning processes.

Project results:

By creating new and alternative digital learning pathways for trainers focused on distance learning forms, we not only improve their qualifications but can guarantee high quality learning programmes for vulnerable groups who might otherwise drop out. PR1: Best practice motivation guide, PR2: Informal learning programme, PR3: Pilot course testing and improvement of digital skills by professionals working with vulnerable groups, PR4: Courses will be tested by participants and will serve as possible examples of methodology implementation for next trainers, PR5: Interactive learning space for Trainers.


Iberika Education Group – Berlin, Germany (Coordinator)

Asociatia Bridge Language Study House – Cluj-Napoca, Romania


MHT CONSULT APS – Elsinore, Denmark

DANMAR – Rzeszów, Poland

Project website: TBA

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.