Improving communication, intercultural and social skills for migrants who work as caregivers of elderly people in Europe. 2017-2019
Aim and Objectives
In the framework of the IENE 7 project, five partners from Romania, UK, Spain and Italy created an innovative European Model based on the PPT/IENE Model developed in previous IENE 1-6 projects (www.ieneproject.eu) and a Curriculum for training migrants who work as caregivers of elderly people in Europe.
On the MOOC section, trainers may download our innovative MOOC model and resources and set up their own MOOC: Methodology and content of MOOC , Guide for instructors , the Report of piloting the MOOC and Good practices .
- Edunet Organization Romania
- Middlesex University London
- Cyprus University of Technology
- University of Almeria, Spain
- University of Catania , Italy
- EAS28 – Commune di Ortona, Italy
Training Model and Curriculum, available on project web platform, which can downloaded and used by potential trainers to develop their own trainings;
Learning tools, available on the project learning platform in four languages (UK, IT, ES , RO) in form of a easy to navigate course to be used by the elderly caregivers for online learning
Training/learning/evaluation resources , available on the project learning platform in PDF document , which can be used both for the learners, elderly caregivers, and the trainers in their trainings;
A Smartphone application which can download from the project website to access the course by mobiles or tablets.
The Masive Open Online Course (MOOC) , piloted and tested available on the Blackboard platform.
The content of MOOC and learning activities as well as the methodology and guidance documents on how to set up a MOOC, conduct learning, guide for instructors , the Report of the MOOC results and Good practices are posted on the project web platform and trainers may use our innovative MOOC or to set up their own MOOC, using model, resources and experience.
Website : https://iene7.eu/
|This project was funded with the support of the European Commission under the Erasmus + VET Strategic Partnerships Program.|