LEVER UP travels to Brussels!
LEVER UP travels to Brusleas to extend its audience and continue to grow as a tool for validating and valuing competences, acquired through informal and non-formal learning.
The entire project team moved to the capital of Europe to participate both in the second transnational meeting and in a multipier event organized at the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) headquarters.
From 9 to 10 April, the team devoted itself to reviewing the different activities carried out by the partners, according to the work plan established at the project kick off meeting in Milan (in October 2017).
The partners verified the good pace in developing all work packages: the new version of the validation model, the training program, the webtool, the triangular system, the communication and dissemination strategy and the configuration of the service center. Next, a debate was opened to establish priorities for the next period.
On April 11, the team organised at the European Economic and Social Committee headquarters in Brussels, an event to present LEVER UP to different stakeholders, including members of the European Parliament and other EU institutions. The feedback collected was assessed as very constructive and to be taken into account for future developments.
LEVER UP is a project funded by the European Commission, in which Hominem is part as partner, and whose objective is to take the validation model developed in the previous LEVER project to a further stage, and to improve its tools.