The CONSIDER project aims at enhancing the quality of adult training services through cultivating the inclusion culture in adult learning organisations at managerial and training level.
This is done via the adoption of techniques, methodologies and tools that facilitate equal access and successful implementation of adult training programmes transform the organisations into vehicles of inclusion of vulnerable groups that otherwise would be socially excluded or marginalized.
The project has produced training and support tools for management and adult trainers of training organisations, which will support inclusion of all learners, regardless of their social/economic background, their age, their sex, or their cognitive capabilities.
- Managers of Adult Training Organisations
- Trainers of Adult Training Organisations
Via the Self-Assessment Tool, each of the two categories of users (Managers and Trainers), will find a set of statements which he or she must rate on a degree of agreement regarding their own organisation. Based on the answers the Tool will assess the areas that participants need to improve and give the corresponding feedback.
The list of statements has been then aligned with the IO1 Quality framework. Each statement is assigned (as it is in case of the statements from the Self-assessment questionnaire for managers) to one of the 7 group of requirements (as defined in the ISO21001) :
- Context of the organisation
- Performance evaluation
Two main categories or pillars were taken from each of 7 groups: Training material and
Training methods while assigning the statements.
- INSTITUT CORSE DE FORMATION ET RECHERCHE EN TRAVAIL SOCIAL, France
- IDEC S.A. Greece
- ASTRA - ZDRUZENIE PRE INOVACIE A ROZVOJ Slovakia
- VOLKSHOCHSCHULE IM LANDKREIS CHAM EV Germany
- Eurocultura Italy
- INOVA+ - INNOVATION SERVICES, SA Portugal