Voice UP equips adult trainers with the adequate methodology (Voice UP Guide for Training) and resources (Voice UP Online Training Activities and Voice UP Empowerment Game) in effective teaching of their courses to disadvantaged women who are trying to return to the job market. In terms of expected results our project will produce 3 intellectual outputs, 190 disadvantaged women learners will be engaged in adult education courses based on these outputs, 60 adult trainers will use the outputs and 1200 stakeholders will be reached by the project and its outputs.
The selected concept relies on empowerment and the understanding
that one of the driving factors for sustainable employment is through
fostering individuals’ motivation for learning and development.
In line with Erasmus+ for 2019 objectives related to supporting
individuals in acquiring and developing basic skills and key
competences, in order to foster their employability and
socio-educational and personal development, the project consortium from
Romania and Bulgaria, Austria, Italy and Norway addresses
disadvantaged women learners who face different situations limiting
their opportunities, such as low qualification, lack of upper secondary
education, economic difficulties, cultural and ethnic differences as
their final beneficiaries.