Title D.A.E.L: Disabled Adults in Experimental Learning Programme
Project Number 2009-1-IT2-GR06-06390
Project Type Other EU-Projects
Individual Participation Not possible
Marketing Text People with special needs and disabilities face unemployment, social exclusion and a high dependency on benefits as well as increased poverty risk. In addition, disabled people face many barriers that prevent their full inclusion in society. Also, the fact that those who are able to work are commonly excluded from the workplace due to prejudes continues to prevent disabled people achieving effective equality. Most people with disabilities can, and do, work, play, learn, and enjoy full healthy lives in their communities.
The project aims to share and compare methods and innovative approaches in the field of training,employment and social inclusion of adult disabled people, in particular methods aimed to
- observe and put in evidence basic and key competencies of disabled adults in job contexts;
- improve the validation of non-formal and informal learning outcomes, taking into account the different needs of adult disabled learners;
- recognise the observed and evaluated competences in order to improve social insertion and job insertion of disabled people: Guidance & counselling action
Starting from that activities (that represent the preliminary phases of the project) the partner will work together in order to
- compare their best practices with different European framework,
- find some new activities that could address their methods towards shared European dimension,and test the chosen changes in their daily job
- share recommendations for the mainstreaming for organization that work in each partner’s
country context on a different level in the field of disabled adult long life learning;
At the end of the project the partners will share a cooperation document in order to create a permanent European network focused on theme related to disabled adult long life learning.
Description The "D.A.E.L: Disabled Adults in Experimental Learning Programme" project goals to the comparison of different methods and approaches in the fields of training, employment and social inclusion of disabled adults, in particular methods that contribute to the validation of non- formal and informal learning outcomes and improve social insertion and job insertion of disabled people.
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