Successful completion of ERASMUS+ KA204 project “MENTOR – Career-mentoring for transition success to work life” (2018-1-LT01- KA204-047032).

  • Publicado el 30 de November de 2020

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Project MENTOR, started on September 1, 2018, whose idea is to promote the inclusion and employability of disadvantaged adult learners (unemployed, low skilled, needing to change occupational field etc.), comes to an end on December 31, 2020.

The project is coordinated by por Vsi Socialiniu Inovaciju Centras (Lituania) together with partners from the United Kingdom - Apricot Training Management LTD, Sweden - Folkuniversitetet stiftelsen vid Lunds Universitet, Northern Macedonia - Proficio Skopje, Spain - Campus Docent Sant Joan de Déu- Fundació Privada and Turkey - Projecte Aydin Valiligi

The project idea seeks to foster support for adult educators by developing an innovative career-focused mentoring methodology.

During the period of implementation the project MENTOR, self-awareness diagnostic tool was developed – and piloted in the partner countries with disadvantaged adults - final beneficiaries. The developed methodology can be used for train the Mentors too. 

During the quarantine period, the partner organization Apricot Ltd adapted a diagnostic self-awareness tool and prepared it for online use. The tool brings together specific areas to be analyzed, revealing a person's attitudes towards new tasks, knowledge and skills. This particular diagnostic uniquely incorporates the analysis of a person's approach to mastering new tasks, knowledge and skills and is validated by the Psychometrics Centre, University of Cambridge. The self-awareness tool has been translated into the languages of the partner countries and is already being used as an effective self-diagnostic tool and benchmark to help find the most appropriate career strategy for disadvantaged people (low-skilled, long-term unemployment, etc.).

On November 16, project partners met on the GoTo Meeting platform to discuss how the adapted diagnostic tool works online,  and refreshed  the most important stages of training.

In December, the multiplier events will be held in all partner countries with the participation of representatives from adult education institutions, institutions providing employment or counseling services.

At the end of the project (31 December ,2020), the project results and products will be available as e-source via Erasmus+ Project Results Platform.