Interesting insights offered during today's High-Level Live Discussion on ‘Supporting Ukrainians in the EU through apprenticeships’ - especially relevant to INFORMER was the need to offer psychological support to these groups.
As part of the MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) partners are building, we will ensure that mentors know how to spot signs of mental ill health and are able to signpost mentees to the relevant services.
The third and final Swedish Knowledge Exchange Workshop was hosted by project partner Folkuniversitetet Uppsala today!
This was an opportunity to provide project updates to national stakeholders, as well as asking for guidance as we develop our online mentoring course.
The Fourth Transnational Meeting for INFORMER took place last week at the Aspire-igen Group headquarters in Bradford, UK.
Partners took this opportunity to assess the progress of each of our Intellectual Outputs, discuss forthcoming piloting strategies and make plans to disseminate the project further.
Michael Miller, Project Officer, Aspire-igen Group