I-AID: Internet Abuse Identification and personaliseD withdrawal strategies

I-AID: Internet Abuse Identification and personaliseD withdrawal strategies

Implementation period: 01.11.2019 – 31.10.2021
Assistance program: ERASMUS+
Project number: 2019-1-UK01-KA204-062021

Project description: 

The project aims at empowering adults to deal with situations of excessive preoccupation with Internet/screen abuse (known as Internet Addictive Behaviour – IAB), equipping them with the skills and the tools to modify their behaviour. It draws on contemporary research findings and considers that Internet/screen overuse is not a “childhood or adolescent disease” but also a growing risk among adults.
Main goal:
Fight against excessive internet use and social exclusion.

Project outputs:

  • Training Approach & Internet Addiction Pal
  • Supporting Content and Facilitating Tools – e-learning platform


    • CIVIC COMPUTING – Edinburgh, United Kingdom (coordinator)
    • ASSERTED KNOWLEDGE – Piraeus, Greece
    • TNTU – Nottingham, United Kingdom
    • Private Institute Emphasys Centre – Nicosia, Cyprus
    • CWEP – Rzeszow, Poland

Website: https://i-aid.erasmus.site/




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
Project website: https://eu-awareness.eu/ 
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
Project website: plge.erasmus.site
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
Project website: interview-champ.eu


New pathways of youth to labour market through lifestyle self – employment (SELF-E)
Implementation period: 01.02.2018 – 31.05.2020
Assistance program: ERASMUS+
Project number: 2017-1-LT02-KA205-005536

Project description:

Project concerns promotion quality youth work in Europe in order to foster inclusion and employability for young people with fewer opportunities (including NEETs).

The main aim of the SELF-E project is to promote quality youth work in order to foster lifestyle self-employment of young people with fewer opportunities, including NEETs.

To achieve these aims five following objectives are foreseen in the project:

  1. Strengthening capacity of youth workers to organise innovative non-formal learning on youth lifestyle self-employment via mentoring.
  2. To support youth workers in applying new methods for motivating young people with fewer opportunities, including NEETs to learn and become self-employed (with special emphasis on Life-Style Entrepreneurship).
  3. To foster the transition of young people from youth to adulthood through integration in the labour market by lifestyle self-employment.
  4. To develop youth competences “Sense of initiative and entrepreneurship”.
  5. To create opportunities to validate obtained competences “Sense of initiative and entrepreneurship”.

Target groups:

  • Youth workers who work with young people with fewer opportunities;
  • Young people with fewer opportunities, including NEETs.

Main intellectual outputs:

  • Toolkit for youth workers „Social mentoring as innovative training pathway to lifestyle self-employment – SELF-E”;
  • Set of practical exercises-OERs Pathway to lifestyle self- employment“;
  • Assessment tool for validation of competence “Sense of initiative and entrepreneurship”.


  • Socialiniu Inovaciju Fondas – Kaunas, Lithuania (coordinator)
  • Stowarzyszenie „Centrum Wspierania Edukacji i Przedsiębiorczości”– Rzeszów, Poland
  • Centre for Advancement of Research and Development in Educational Technology Ltd.  (CARDET) – Nikosia, Cyprus
  • SDRUDZENIE ZNAM I MOGA – Sofia, Bulgaria
  • Kauno neigaliojo jaunimo uzimtumo centras (KNJUC) – Kaunus, Lithuania
Project website: self-e.lpf.lt


DECENT- Digital strategies of Enhancement of the basic skills among adults as a ChancE to fight agaiNst functional illiteracy

Implementation period: 01.10.2017 – 30.09.2019
Assistance program: ERASMUS+
Project number: 2017-1-RO01-KA204-037242

Project description:

The main goal of the DECENT project is to increase the effectiveness of the fight against the functional illiteracy among low qualified adults who are at risk of social exclusion in Romania, Poland, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Spain and Italy.

The main target group of DECENT project are adults at risk of social exclusion (long-term unemployed, threatened by poverty, poorly educated). All project activities will be geared to solve problems and improve the situation of this group. Furthermore, the project will create tools for institutions which support and take care for people with functional illiteracy, such as:

  • adult education centers,
  • schools for adults,
  • third age universities,
  • associations witch support the fight against functional illiteracy,
  • local and regional self-government education departments as well as adult educators.

Even though project will be implemented for the target group in just six countries, its main outcome is addressed to adults from across the European Union.

  • Asociatia de Dezvoltare Economico-Sociala – Curtea de Arges, Romania
  • Stowarzyszenie Centrum Wspierania Edukacji i Przedsiębiorczości – Rzeszów, Poland
  • Znam i Moga LTD – Sofia, Bulgaria
  • INSTALOFI LEVANTE SL – Valencia, Spain
Project website: decent.erasmus.site
Environmental Learning Illustrated

Environmental Learning Illustrated

Implementation period: 01.10.2017 – 30.09.2019
Assistance program: ERASMUS+
Project number: 2017-1-UK01-KA204-036748

Project description:

The project ELI is linked with the European Union’s commitment “Healthy and Sustainable Environment for Present and Future Generations” (European Commission paper, 2014) and an international commitment to protecting natural habitats and biodiversity, but also tackling other environmental problems, including the reduction in carbon emission as reflected in the so-called 2015 Paris Agreement, with the need to develop comprehensive education programmes that address the mentioned needs.

Partnership will create an e-learning programme on climate change and other environmental problems with illustrations and graphic designs to explain key concepts and activities of the e-learning programme, so to increase the learning success of the participants, as well as reach out to more people who do not necessarily have a scientific background in the explained topics. By adding a graphic novel to the programme, partners target to interest a larger audience, apart from those formally taking the course. The novel will be available for free download on the project platform. We hope that a lighter read on environmental issues will encourage more people to become interested in the project. It will include recommended actions on environmental topics and advice what influence humans have on the environment.

  • The Surefoot Effect,CIC – Stirling, United Kingdom
  • Stowarzyszenie Centrum Wspierania Edukacji i Przedsiębiorczości – Rzeszów, Poland
  • Volontariato Torino – Torino, Italy
  • E.N.T.E.R. GMBH – Graz, Austria
Project website: illustrated-climate.eu
OnTheMoneyTrail – Interactive Book for the Financial Education of Children

OnTheMoneyTrail – Interactive Book for the Financial Education of Children

Implementation period: 01.10.2017 – 30.09.2019
Assistance program: ERASMUS+
Project number: 2017-1-PL01-KA201-038534

Project description:

The project aims to develop an innovative pedagogy for delivering key Financial Literacy competences to children (3-6 years old), based on an interactive learning eBook, that may be used in formal, non-formal and informal learning settings.

The main effect of the ill be an interactive learning eBook, as well as workshops present and train the teachers, trainers and parents how to use the interactive materials, pilot trainings and dissemination tools: information website & social media.

Financial education is an increasingly important topic in the EU, especially since the 2008 crisis. In recent years, many Member States adopted its framework and defined learning objectives from kindergarten till adulthood, to increase the low levels of financial literacy and thus – to improve the lives of citizens. Financial education includes a wide set of skills and knowledge, and is of vital importance to have independent and active European citizens attitude.

Main output of the project will be an Interactive Book for the Financial Education of Chil-dren, as well as management documents, ensuring effective project implementation.

  • Advancis Business Services, Lda – Porto, Portugal
  • Boon Unipessoal, Lda. – Matosinhos, Portugal
  • Scuole Paritarie dell’Istituto delle Maestre Pie dell’Addolorata – Roma, Italy
  • Djecji vrtic Radost Zadar – Zadar, Croatia
Project website: money-trail.eu
No Cyberbullying at the School!

No Cyberbullying at the School!

Implementation period: 19.09.2016 – 18.09.2018
Assistance program: ERASMUS+
Project number: 2016-1-TR01-KA201-034233

Project description:

The main aim of the project was to raise awareness against cyberbullying, to learn what had been done regarding the prevention of tyranny and using it for the sake of partner schools in Partners’ countries.

To achieve this goal, the project Partners established that they would conduct several trainings (LTTAs) devoted for partners and target group members (teachers). During the LTTAs, participants learned about cyberbullying, the ways to prevent this danger and methods of helping the victims and their families. During the project realization, Partners developed the website and created social media accounts (on Instagram, Facebook, YouTube) to publish the useful information about this phenomenon.
Within the project, an e-book including of the information and activities and results carried out was prepared. For a better recognition and stronger dissemination effect, Partners used eTwinning platform to share the information and project’s results, and created “eTwinning corner” in each Partner’s organization.

  • Faik Erbagi Ortaokulu – Ankara, Turkey (coordinator)
  • Stowarzyszenie „Centrum Wspierania Edukacji i Przedsiębiorczości” – Rzeszów, Poland
  • Ud’Anet Srl – Torrevecchia Teatina, Italy
  • Agrupamento de Escolas de Moure e Ribeira do Neiva – Vila Verde, Portugal
  • Ankara Milli Egitim Mudurlugu – Ankara, Turkey
Project website: nocyberbullying.udanet.it