The Net-Works project is a three year-long Erasmus + project with the aim to establish new national or regional networks of adult education providers, and facilitate their involvement in European cooperation.
Presentation of the project
What is the Net-Works project?
It is a three year-long Erasmus + funded project which aims to establish new national or regional networks of work-based adult education providers, notably in Portugal, Hungary, Slovakia, Serbia and North Macedonia and to facilitate their involvement in European cooperation.
Who are the partners?
It gathers partners from all over Europe: ENSIE from Belgium (lead partner), ISEN from Ireland, Ateliere Fara Frontiere from Romania, Galileo Progettifrom Hungary, Community Development Institute – CDI from North Macedonia, Associação A3S from Portugal, Association of Social Economy Entities – ASSE from Slovakia and Initiative for Development and Cooperation – IDC from Serbia!
What will we do during the project?
During the project we will:
- Create 1 MOOC on “Networks of work-based adult education providers capacity building”,
- Organize 5 peer-to-peer sessions to learn more from each other on various topics,
- Have 2 roundtables to exchange about work-based adult education methodologies,
- Have 2 study visits between a new network and an experienced one.
- Organize 2 meetings with experts
- Prepare an inventory of successful methodologies, a guidebook on external communication, a repertory of financial sustainability and a sustainability roadmap.
If you want to know more about the Net-Works project, the project partners and what are its goals and what it aims to do, go read this article!
The project started in December 2020 and will run until November 2023.
ENSIEs partners in the project are :
Irish Social Enterprise Network (ISEN) – Ireland
Ateliere Fara Frontiere (AFF) – Romania
Galileo Progetti (GP) – Hungary
Community Development Institute (CDI) – North Macedonia
Associação A3S – Portugal
Initiative for Development and Cooperation (IDC/SENS) – Serbia
For further details, please check out the project homepage https://www.ensie.org/projects/net-works