Joniskis Agricultural School together with partners from Finland and Great Britain have been implanting an international project “Digital Methods in Work Based Learning in Vocational Adult Education” under the Erasmus+ Strategic Partnerships for adult education (Key Action 2) program (No. 2017-1-FI01-KA204-034787)
- To learn how partner organisations are using digital methods and tools in guidance, monitoring and documentation of work based learning periods of adult students.
- To identify good practices and have ideas on how partner organisations could develop the WBL periods included in adult students’ education.
- To increase the knowledge and professional skills as well as language and international skills of project participants.
- To reinforce cooperation between partner organisations for future cooperation (e.g. developing education, projects, student and staff exchanges).
- Digital tools that support the induction phase for both learners and employers in terms of guidance.
- Improving the cooperation between schools and working places
- Getting work place instructors more involved in guidance and assessment of the students.
- Partner organisations: Aim is to give organisations new ideas and good practices on how to develop their education.
- Partner organisations’ staff: Aim is to increase adult educators’ and other professionals’ knowledge on how to utilise digital tools and methods in guidance, monitoring and documentation of adult students’ WBL.
- Partner organisations’ networks: Aim is to disseminate project results to other education providers in local, national and international level since they could use the results in their own development work. Results will also be disseminated to partners working life contacts.
- Increased knowledge on how digital tools and methods are utilised in guidance, monitoring and documentation in adult students’ WBL in vocational education.
- Partners have identified good practices and have ideas on how to develop their way of delivering adult students’ WBL.
- Participants professional skills and knowledge related to using digital methods and tools in guidance, monitoring and documentation of adult students’ WBL periods are increased.
- Network between partner organisations has strengthened. Partner organisations and participants have new international contacts and participants language and international skills have increased. Network will continue after the project has ended and new contacts are utilised in e.g. student and staff exchanges and new project applications.