|The aim of the project is, by developing ICT-enabled learning solutions and by improving the quality of training provided by adult education (AE) and voluntary organisations, to foster learning process and its accessibility to inactive people in order to engage|
them in the civic society and the labour market.
This goal will be achieved by:
1. Supporting the acquisition of key competencies through the
use of ICT to help inactive people meet their social, cultural
and career needs;
2. Extending and developing elderly educators’ and volunteers’
competences in the effective use of Open
3. Educational Resources (OERs), blended learning approach
and new role of trainer: e-mentor/educator/volunteer
4. Developing model, tools and strategies for AE and Voluntary
providers for improving the quality of training to engage and
to deliver services; to use ICTs with embedded OER , to
support learning and social networking.
Project target groups are clearly identified and distributed in 2
Learners, inactive people, senior citizens, unemployed
women, women with handicapped children, NEET (not in
employment, education or training) youth;
Tutors adult educators, volunteers, AE and voluntary
organizations, NGOs, community centres working in the field of AE.COME-IN will test and evaluate two different intellectual outputs:
European Training Model for Inactive People, or “ETMINP” and
Methodological Material “Educator-Volunteer-Mentor, or “MEVM”) simultaneously in three different European countries to foster integration of inactive people into the labour market and civic society.
Centre for Sustainability and