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e-MENTORING: New Skills and Competencies for new jobs
- Readings. This session provides the theoretical background of the mentoring on employment-related issues from the mentee’s point of view. The reading material is divided into 7 modules which require a total of 10-11 hours to complete. By reading these modules, the participants will get acquainted with the main features of mentoring on employment- related issues and will be prepared to participate effectively in the mentoring process as a mentee.
- Learning by doing. This is a question/answer session. The self-directed learning methodology is based on closed questions. Specifically, by answering the questions, learners are actively involved in analysing a situation, suggested by the question from mentee's point of view. After answering the question, the system provides learner with an estimation of his/her answer (if it was correct or not) with the clear explanation of the correct answer. Thus, these learning materials are provided in the attractive and interactive way.
- Videos. A collection of video-spots are used to visualise the training course.
- Success Stories. This session introduces success stories of mentoring on employment-related issues.
|Title||e-MENTORING: New Skills and Competencies for new jobs|
|Type of Resource||elearning course|
|Online or Blended||Online|
|Learning objectives||The resource aims to introduce ways of using ICT in the mentoring process in order to enhance learning opportunities and obtain new skills and competences for increasing employability.|
|Target group||Adult learners (special attention to be given to socially disadvantaged adults, such as migrants, ethnic minorities)|
|Evaluation results/ monitoring plan||N/A|
|Recognition or certification of learning||N/A|
|Financing and sustainability model||European Commission, Lifelong Learning Programme|
|Leading Organization||Social Innovation Fund (LT)|
|Contact Person|| Social Innovation Fund (project coordinator)