Gallery of the first Transnational Partnership Meeting 21/22 April 2021:
DIGIVET – Digital VET Upskilling for Trainers and Women Beneficiaries
• create a VET digital curriculum focusing on developing entrepreneurial mind-sets (E.G. recognising and acting on an opportunity)
• encourage attitudinal changes
DIGIVET will promote the following entrepreneurial qualities:
• Skills and attitudes: women may have the determination and enthusiasm to run a business but may not have the appropriate skills-set and leadership qualities
• Meta-qualities: to be developed through action learning sets; developing the ability of learning-to-learn; and identifying self-weaknesses for subsequent development
Partners will meet in Month 2 to agree upon a draft curriculum to be presented to local VET stakeholders and women focus groups for feedback and review. Each partner will engage
with a minimum of 5 local VET stakeholders and successful entrepreneurs, and engage with women focus groups (minimum of 5 women), and use the Plymouth Development Tool for Vocational Training (PDTVT) to underpin the curriculum development.
Target Group: VET educators and trainers who can engage with women who are furthest from the labour market.
We will use non-formal education methods to train 24 VET trainers/educators, from the UK, Italy, Germany, Austria, and Romania at a short term staff training event (C1) held in Romania in Month 12. We will use Kolb’s Experiential Learning Tool to monitor the 24 VET “trainees” as they return to each work with 10 women beneficiaries (240 in total).
UK: WSX Enterprise
UK: Make A Dream Publishing Ltd