KC4all: Policy background eSkills and Employability in EU Lisbon Agenda: priorities for the Information Society Riga Ministerial Declaration Recommendations on Key Competences for LLL e-Inclusion Communication e-Inclusion Initiative Digital Literacy Review New Skills for New Jobs Communication
KC4all: Partner’s background Telecentres as a digital literacy/key skills provider In the last years, ICT-based Community Telecentres (TCs) have became a privileged channel across Europe for digital literacy/adult education (Rissola, 2007 and conclusions of Vienna eInclusion event, 2008), contributing through training and guidance to personal development, active citizenship, social inclusion, and –due to the increasing economic recession- Employability. Because of free of charge, openness, proximity, informal learning and networking opportunities, TCs are a truly non-formal training alternative for Adults not accessing to formal training systems.
KC4all: the project (funded by EC) A transnational partnership Esplai Foundation (Spain) EOS (Romania) Interface 3 (Belgium) LIKTA (Latvia) LASA (UK) University of Dortmund (Germany) D-O-T Research & Consultancy (Spain) 4 members of Telecentre-Europe
KC4all: expected outcomes Products: 1. Toolkit for end users 2. Handbook for Facilitators 3. Guidelines for New Actors Other results: Exchange of good practice in the field of adult non-formal training on Key Competences required for Employability Star-up of a European Community of Practice on the subject
KC4all: collaborative platform
KC4all: Latvian context analysis
KC4all: valorising Latvian IT tools
EU collaborative projects Multilateral partnerships for joint research, development of innovation, transfer of good practices Opportunity to get and share knowledge, experience, tools Benefits are trans-sectoral, interdisciplinary, trans- national Window to EU: to see what’ going around, to show your innovation… and to export it!