From 27th to 31st May 2019 Ceipes has participated to the training week of Digital-S project The project is carried out by five partners: CEIPES – International Centre for the Promotion of Education and Development (Italy), Familles Rurales (France), SSW Collegium Balticum (Poland), INFODEF- Instituto para el Fomento del Desarrollo y la Formación (Spain) and CPIP – Center for promoting lifelong learning (Romania) and it is funded by the European Commission within Erasmus+ programme, Key Action 2 (Strategic Partnership for Innovation, Exchange of good practices and for adult education).
DIGITAL-S in rural areas project aims to experiment and develop the effective use of ICTs for trainers willing to keep pace with digital technology in the field of training. The project will particularly focus on distance education learning for adult learners from rural areas having urgent specific needs to enhance their digital skills as an essential European key skill.
The week had an intense programme from 9 am to 4 pm every day, with the trainers being committed to develop a guide that will be useful to trainers who want develop course for different target groups of learners.
During the training activity each partner showed the result of its own test phase carried out thanks to the web platform developed by Ceipes.
It was interesting the results obtained in the different target groups involved in the project and also the feedback of trainers that conducted this test phase and that prepared the contents to spread.
Thanks to the different tools used in the analysis, such as questions, satisfaction questionnaires, videos recording, presentations, quantitative and qualitative data, now the partners involved will be able to realize the Guide that is dedicated to professional trainers in the field of adult education and based on the activitie results of the project and it will give a general knowledge, methods and advices in the context of digital learning.
The consortium will meet again for the next transnational meeting in Palermo from 19th to 20th September 2019.
For more information on the project, visit the project website.