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Strategic partnership in the field of adult education

Erasmus+ KA2 project proposal

Kreateam NGO as the coordinator of the project

is looking for consortium partners from the field of adult education.


Partners should:

  • be active organisation, institute or SME dealing with any kind of adult education

  • have relevant and valuable experiences with the competence development of unemployed adults

  • have international project experiences

  • be able to work continuously in an international project within the next three years

  • be able to ensure professional colleagues during the common international work (coordinator, experts, trainers)

  • have some basic information about Erasmus+ Programme

During the last years, the "Outside the Labour Force" adults has been a key concern for policy makers across Europe, both at the EU and Member State levels. People age over 30 - who should have a life change are particularly concerning, with fears of a “lost generation” and the potential for such individuals to face long term unemployment and social disadvantage.


The main target group of our project are unemployed adults, within our project this classification comprises people aged between 30 and 65 who are outside the Labour Force, not engaged in housework, not enrolled in school or work-related training, and should change their profession, therefore need some more competencies ...


We might think of life skills as things like learning finances, doing laundry, and cooking. And they are, but life skills education goes much deeper than that. We define life skills as the abilities for adaptive and positive behavior that enable individuals to deal effectively with demands and challenges of everyday life. Life skills include things like social, emotional, and thinking skills such as self-awareness, empathy, critical thinking, decision-making, and coping with stress.


The main steps to achieving financial literacy include learning the skills to create a budget, the ability to track spending, learning the techniques to pay off debt and effectively planning for retirement. This skill can help a person develop a financial road map to identify what he earns, what he spends and what he owes. Financial illiteracy affects all ages and all socioeconomic levels. Financial illiteracy causes many people to become victims of predatory lending, subprime mortgages, and fraud and high interest rates, potentially resulting in bad credit, bankruptcy or foreclosure.

The main aim of our project is to create a 24 months long international cooperation to develop intellectual outputs and earn practical experiences during pilot programmes. Our aim is to work on adequate learning methods which help our target group to earn the relevant competencies of a better life management.


During the planned period, we’ll have transnational project meetings, “train the trainers” modules, pilot and test trainings, effective multiplier program-mes and local events for dissemination of results.

Intellectual outputs

Materials for sustainability

- Video blocks of the applied methodology

- Promotional materials

  of the developed program

- Users' catalogs

- A "success story" video

Methodological and practical handbook and workbook

- Toolkit for trainers

- Applied methodological collection

- Workbook for participants

Main units:

  • Housing

  • Employment

  • Education

  • Health and Wellness

  • Financial Literacy

  • Communication and social participation

Milestones and timeline (24 months - from October 2018 till October 2020)
For any additional information do not hesitate to contact us:

Thanks! Message sent.

Mr. Attila Dér
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