Aid Kit for Autonomous Online Classes

The project’s main objective is to teach trainers how to create motivating digital (distance) courses for adult learners, specifically vulnerable groups, in non-formal learning programs. COVID-19 has shown how necessary online services are in facilitating continued learning and high-quality opportunities. Therefore, the priority of Aid Kit is to equip adult educators with relevant digital tools and real-life examples to upskill and guide them in creating high-quality online programs. By equipping adult educators with digital tools that are suitable to their programs, Aid Kit supports upskilling their digital capabilities and introduces a motivating non-formal methodological approach to creating online learning pathways.

The benefits Aid Kit offers to adult educators working with vulnerable group learners are:

  • Gaining access to valuable resources on motivating distance learning programs.
  • Increase in digital skills, leading to increased employability and more time to focus on teaching and becoming more confident online trainers.
  • Learning by doing in creating their own digital units for their specific target groups.

The benefits Aid Kit offers to vulnerable group adult learners are:

  • Having customized courses for their needs that motivate them to become active learners with improved digital skills.
  • Non-formal learning programs which are dynamic in strengthening their continuous learning.
  • More inclusion in learning opportunities with motivating structures and learning paths will also enhance their employability and social inclusion in society.

Project Partners

iberika Education Group gGmbH, Germany- Coordinator

mhtconsult, Denmark

Danmar Computers, Poland

Bridge Language Study House, Romania

Social Innovation Fund, Lithuania

Eramus+: 2021-1-DE02-KA220-ADU-000033591

Aid Kit Article 3

Our project Aid Kit for Autonomous Online Classes has organized a training event which took place in Kaunas, Lithuania between the 31st of January and the 2nd of February.  Each institution of the partnership sent one representative, a teacher in order to provide them...

Aid Kit Article 2

“Digital education does not come naturally. You have to organize teaching in a completely different way than you're used to..."  (Quoted from Kristensen, Claus B. (2021): “Digitization is more than technology”. In The Danish Agency for Higher Education and Science...

1st Kick-off meeting in Berlin

1st Kick-off meeting in Berlin

This month, the partners from our Aid Kit project finally met in Berlin for the first face-to-face meeting, in order to discuss the next steps that need to be taken in the project! On the 13th of December, partners from Germany, Poland, Romania, Lithuania, and Denmark...