What is DILABS?

DILABS is made of digital labs for soft skills and and key competences  for trainers/teachers, managers, staff and organizations involved in adult education in European context.

What are we doing?
Raising awareness
  • Identification of key competences at work, linked to the labour market, and/or social inclusion
  • Realization of videos to analyse the activity in professional and/or educational context
  • Production of tools kit, and methodology

Training of trainers of adults

  • Methodology to develop innovative and efficient training programs
  • Digital skills to improve training programs
  • Methodological guides, storytelling methodology
  • Videos to analyse educational practices
  • Student and teacher’s book (how to organise training on the topic of functional literacy and soft skills)

Development and support of a learning community
  • Implementation of collaborative system in an evolutive and portable approach
  • Improving collaborative work and skills of participants within the dilabs project
  • Training sessions on-line for adults trainers, and teachers involved in adult education


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    Seminar in Lille - 25-29 March 2019
    by Sandrine Bonnet - Thursday, 14 March 2019, 4:35 PM

    Our last learning activity will take place at the university of Lille.

    The main topic of the week will be : videos and analysis of the activity (professional and educational context).

    Upcoming event : 5 th June 2019 - Final event for the presentation of DILABS results

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    Szczcecin, Oslomet and Collegium Balticum session
    by Sandrine Bonnet - Wednesday, 23 January 2019, 7:58 AM

    Here are some news from our session in Poland...

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    Learning activity in Szczecin (Poland) 21-25 January 2019
    by Sandrine Bonnet - Monday, 10 December 2018, 2:28 PM

    “Training of trainers and/or teachers” focusing on key competences

    Aim of the training session: preparing the staff of the organizations to be able to use the tools and to disseminate, and to train them as trainers, teachers, mentors, pedagogical designers or facilitators, career ...

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