The Renouval project has now (sadly) come to a conclusion.
The project had intended to design new training pathways in craft sectors based on intergenerational learning, putting in contact craft professionals with low-qualified young adults in order to offer, to both of them, new opportunities for the up-skilling and validation of competencies, supported by accessible and easy to use digital tools, including game-based learning apps and multimedia tools, like video tutorials and video case studies.
To this end, the project has developed a wide range of resources, including:
- A Training Curriculum on intergenerational learning and validation of skills in craft sectors in Skills Audits for Adult Education
- A Training Tool and Evaluation Method to test the project in a real life context
- A Digital Assessment Tool to monitor learners’s subject acquisition of skills in craft sectors, to make focused interventions where necessary and to track progress
- A set of instructional videos complimenting the training curriculum, the digital gamification tool and the digital assessment tool
Innoquality Systems would like to take the opportunity to thank all of the Renouval partners – including partners from Spain, Portugal, Ireland and Greece – and in particular the project coordinators Scopara – for their enthusiastic and hugely enjoyable work on the project. The results are hugely practical, innovative and ultimately will speak for themselves.
You can learn more about the project and its results at http://renouval-project.eu/