New Abilities and Skills in Europe - NASE

New Abilities and Skills in Europe - NASE

Start Date: 01-09-2020      End Date: 31/08/2022
NASE concerns the training of 21 educators and trainers on the topic of digital education. The topic of the project , in Europe, individual countries have come to terms with local socio-economic conditions, with the ability to make infrastructure investments in the country and therefore promote effective system actions suitable for changing, in relation to ICT, the technological environment of the citizen and his skills in conscious use of digital technology he training modules that teachers will face during the Training abroad will be: to fill the gap between professors concerns team collaboration through digital channels and interacting through technologies.

The general objective of the NASE project is to facilitate the training path for teachers in the consortium schools, to a new teaching model supported by the media and digital technology. Consortium members need to update school staff.
NASE project e includes 3 areas of intervention divided by 3 groups of educators who want to deepen with a week of training in 3 countries: Spain Ireland and Italy; The destination countries have been identified on the basis of experience and experimentation with innovative models in the field of adult skills education.


The first area that is of “Educator in digital contexts” will be Spain, the second area that is of “Digital Humanities and Interactive Tools for Training” will be in Ireland, whereas the third area: “Educator as a Digital Expert” will take place in Italy.


Biedriba European Center for Research and Regional Development has a network of 30 educators built in recent years thanks to training courses for immigrant adults and for the organization of intercultural events. It is of fundamental importance for our foundation and for our educators to acquire new skills in digital education.


Biedriba European Center for Research and Regional Development experience in adult education projects allows our foundation to take part in other Europeans projects, to develop and manage projects and events relating to the mobility of adults / young people workers / young people and to support adults (migrant women and men) at risk of exclusion. The background of key personnel in Biedriba European Center for Research and Regional Development is made up of educators available at participating in local and international projects that have work experience in the training and education sector.

About the management of the NASE project the commitments and the rules between the partners are already shared during the candidature by a specific mandate, which concerns precisely the qualitative aspects, roles and specific functions within the project NASE. Following the project contracting, the leader will sign with the Memorandum of Understanding partners, in which the management and organizational aspects will be described in detail, respecting the quality standards envisaged by the Erasmus+ program and the European Quality Charter, as well as following an organization compatible with the Europass Mobility Recommendation.


The members of the Consortium for this project are interested in using the Epale platform, Electronic Platform for Adult Learning in Europe. The help will focus on the resources made available by the platform, including good practices, teaching materials, research results that could be of interest for the project. In addition, events about the project will be uploaded to the EPALE calendar, sharing important news in the Newsroom, access thematic campaigns with discussions on current aspects of adult learning,and share information on adult learning. If necessary for the possible search for other partners and for the dissemination and publicity of the project.


The project NASE forecasts the participation of 21 educators/trainers in the transnational mobility activity.
A) 7 participants will go to Ireland
B) 7 participants will go to Spain
C) 7 participants will go to Italy


The profile of the participants can be one of the following: educator/teacher for adults, academic professor, social workers, social educator, intercultural mediator, sociologist, psychologist, social integrator, manager or social project consultant. The selection process will be followed by a consortium ( applicant of the project) based on the share of applications received; those who have received more questions will receive proportionally more places for mobility. The project is high-impact, its impact will be on the individual sending bodies, their trainers, cascading to their learners, and on the other organizations directly involved.


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