Erasmus+ Project Kick Off of ‛ATWORK’ in Madrid

23. March 2018 - 13:19

On 22-23 February 2018, the European Commission funded Erasmus+ project ATWORK (ICT based evaluation methodology – to assess the social impact of work-linked training) held its first partners’ meeting in Madrid, Spain.

This project aims to develop a tool for trainers, companies and employment centres to evaluate the social impact of vocational learning. To this end, 3s research lab contributes to the theoretical framework and gives its expertise on evaluation and competence classification.

3s (Stefan Humpl, Marlene Heinricht) cooperates with the Agencia para el Empleo de Madrid (project coordinator, Spain), Dramblys (Spain), 36,6 Competence Centre (Poland), INCSMPS (Romania) and Glasgow Clyde Collage (UK).