This catalogue of free digital learning initiatives has been finalised as of July 2021. The project team will continue to receive requests for new initiatives and the next update is scheduled for June 2022. The catalogue is open and freely accessible to all interested parties. Submit an initiative that fits the purpose of the project to be considered for the catalogue.If you would like to submit an initiative to be considered for the catalogue, please fill in this template and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Catalogue of Initiatives
- Social inclusion
- Support Personnel
Besides the e-course modules for migrant entrepreneurs, the platform includes a part for the trainers/teachers of the entrepreneurs. Here, besides this toolkit, trainers/teachers will find a report with a collection of good practices in the field of migrant entrepreneurship in different European countries. In addition, this part includes the needs assessment report, which was produced in the beginning of the MESI project.
|Title||Migrant Entrepreneurship for Social Inclusion - MESI|
|Status (Ongoing, forthcoming)||Ongoing|
|Type of Resource||
|Online or Blended||Online|
|Target group||Adult education professionals, trainers and professionals working with migrants, beneficiaries of International Protection|
|Evaluation results/ monitoring plan||
The MESI online modules are designed to be conducted at a self-paced mode. These modules were also designed, with some additions, to be able to facilitate online discussions within groups of migrant entrepreneurs, tutors and online mentors. As long as a timeframe for completing the course is set along, the utilization of digital tools that could facilitate discussions is possible. The overall idea was to allow participants to complete both individual and group assignments in their own time within a set timeframe.
The modules’ structure includes both online and face to face interactions in a way to facilitate mutual learning, the exchange of experiences and practices, co-operation, resource sharing and referral to complementary support offers and the development of new synergies.
The overall aim was to increase both the tacit and explicit knowledge of the migrants, having in mind, that there will be candidates to acquire an additional lifelong certification.For those learners, there is an option to sit in online exams per module. Upon the successful completion of the exams, a certification is automatically created for each candidate that acknowledges their effort and acquired knowledge in the specific module.
|Recognition or certification of learning||After registration, the user can claim the badge and it will be saved as a digital diploma/certification, explaining what they have learned to earn the badge. They can get the badge by scanning the QR-code on the screen or enter the code that is shown (claim code – either in the app or on the website). Each code can only be used by one person. Users will get one badge after each test, and when they have completed all six tests, they will get the overall MESI badge, certifying that they have gone through the platform and achieved the expected learning outcomes.|
|Europass||Aligned with all basic Europass fields|
|Financing and sustainability model||Co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union|
|Leading Organization||Krinova Incubator & Science Park - SWEDEN|
|Contact Person||Krinova Incubator & Science Park
SE-291 39 Kristianstad