Implementation period: 01.10.2018 – 31.12.2019
Project number: 601453-CITIZ-1-2018-1-ES-CITIZ-CIV

Project description: 

Euroscepticism is a complex reality, ranging from economic to cultural issues, characterised by various levels of intensity. The phenomenon is fuelled by entities and media across Europe that contribute to creating misinformation. Typical examples are “that the EU consist only of unelected bureaucrats”. The problem is apparently a lack of understanding of how the EU works and a need of critical thinking.

The EUAwareness project aims to identify through a survey the more common euro myths of each region involved, debunk them, open up debate for all those ideas without any prejudice and finally show the EU mechanism available to get involved in Europe’s policymaking.

The project pursues four objectives:

  • To understand from the target group itself the most common misconceptions that are currently underlying Euroscepticism.
  • To develop innovative activities that provide factual information regarding the identified misconceptions.
  • To create and activate local debates around these issues and the future of Europe, which will assure long-term viability to this initiative.
  • Show to EU citizens the tools available to shape the future of the EU they want.

As to comply with these objectives, the partnership is planning to develop a transnational survey to identify and compare misconceptions, a tailor-made international communication campaign, 30 debates and 30 webinars.


    • Centre for Education – Cala d’Or, Hiszpania
    • CWEP – Rzeszów, Polska
    • TUCEP – Perugia, Włochy
    • Assemblea Legislativa Regione Umbria – Perugia, Włochy
    • Videnscenter for Integration – Vejle, Dania
    • Clube Intercultural Europeu – Amadora, Portugalia
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Click HERE to download the EU Awareness Project report of event participation.
Handson – Hands-on approaches

Handson – Hands-on approaches

Handson – Hands-on approaches to support learners with special educational needs to complete VET cycles and transit into the labour market

Implementation period: 01.10.2018 – 30.09.2020
Assistance program: ERASMUS+
Project number: 2018-1-UK01-KA202-048117

Project description: 

In Europe, recent estimates place the number of learners with special educational needs (SEN) at 15 million. Learners with SEN frequently leave school with few qualifications and are much more likely to become unemployed or economically inactive. The European Agency for Special Needs and Inclusive Education (2013) formulated recommendations relating to the four “patterns of successful practice” that are likely to improve VET system effectiveness and the transition to employment of learners with SEN.

HANDSON aims to develop an inclusive production-based learning model and innovative didactic resources to support SEN learners to complete VET cycles and successfully transit into the labour market.

HANDSON will provides a set of tangible products for better support VET managers, educators, SEN learners and employers: a tailored inclusive production-based learning model, and supportive didactic resources – eManual, eKit, digital learning space and app generator.


    • Hertford Regional College – Turnford, United Kingdom (coordinator)
    • ELDERBERRY AB – Hagersten, Sweden
    • IASIS – Athina, Greece
    • ITC – Palma de Mallorca, Spain
    • CARDET – Lefkosia, Cyprus
    • CWEP – Rzeszow, Poland

Project website: TBA



PLGE – Personalised Learning in Group Environments

Implementation period: 01.10.2018 – 30.09.2020
Assistance program: ERASMUS+
Project number: 2018-1-PL01-KA204-051042

Project description:

The aim of this project is to provide language teachers with a set of innovative tools in an individual platform, along with the skills and knowledge to be able to offer adult learners high quality, personalised learning opportunities in adult, group language courses.

The objectives of the project are to:

  • Form a holistic and innovative methodology and strategy to personalise for use in adult language learning environments.
  • To increase the capacity of L2 language teachers [second language teachers] and educational staff to be able to apply the personalisation techniques currently being used and developed in public sector teaching, in adult learning environment.
  • Increase the capacity of L2 language teachers to be able to offer high quality learning opportunities.
  • Apply the benefits of personalised learning in an innovative way and in a different context: for adult learners, studying in group environments.

Target group of this project are L2 language teachers, working with various learners.

  • Stowarzyszenie Centrum Wspierania Edukacji I Przedsiębiorczości – Rzeszów, Poland
  • Eurospeak Language Schools Ltd – UK
  • Fo.Ri.Um. società cooperativa – Italy
  • QUARTER MEDIATION – Netherlands
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Interview Champ

Interview Champ

Interview Champ

Implementation period: 01-10-2018 – 31-03-2020
Assistance program: ERASMUS+
Project number: 2018-1-UK01-KA202-047939

Project description:

This project aims to help young disadvantaged job seekers to get selected and perform better during job interviews and thereby increase their chances of entering the labour market.

This project proposal is the follow up project and complimentary to the 2014-2016 ET-NEETs (Effective Training for NEETS) Erasmus+ project which collected a large amount of data from NEETs, including the information that amongst other reasons, 73% described problems with job interviews as a major obstacle of getting into employment.
The project therefore addresses as it’s main target groups:

  • Young disadvantaged job seekers (16 to 24 years old) with little or no work experience, qualifications or training (including NEETs),
  • Employers, recruitment agencies and job centres,
  • VET institutions.

The project will develop two main outputs constituting a set of training tools:

  • The Interview Champ APP: it will be designed to interactively coach job seekers to better present themselves, their skills and character to potential employers. It will offer a participative training course that will present a range of example interview questions and answers and interview techniques (in video) on how to better perform during the job interview.
    The APP will also have the unique facility for the user to create a short high quality ‘Living Video CV’ of themselves that can be uploaded onto the projects Job Portal for potential employers to view the individual in a more representative and comprehensive way.
  • The Job Portal: it will be part of the projects website and allow uploads of Living CV videos created by the job seekers for potential employers to view in order to aid the pre-interview selection process of potential candidates.
    During the term of the project, selected employers will be invited to view and respond in a critical way to the video CVs’ that have been produced. This response will provide important feedback and tips for the job seekers to improve their presentation skills before the next face to face job interview. The Portal will also be used as a place to find employment.
  • Sea Teach S.L. – Spain
  • Teachsport Management Ltd – UK
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