Documenta’s experts finalized in London the development of an innovative training methodology that integrates Key Competences defined in the European Reference Framework.
During the 13th and 14th September, Documenta, European Institute for Training and Development, attended the transnational meeting CERF project in order to discuss and finalize the development of a comprehensive methodological approach in the teaching and training of Key Competencies oriented to disadvantaged groups.
The relevance of this training package lies in the novelty of the proposal that uses an innovative approach to teaching these skills focused on student and on the development of their potential and capabilities. We propose a combination of inductive and deductive methods in an open development framework, to ensure interactive assimilation of content through its practice and providing the variety of student profiles.
The efectivenes of the methodology and training contents will be tested by both, trainers and end users.
Documenta, like the rest of its partners, is responsible for the development of one Competence, the KC6 ‘Social and Civic Competence’; Folkuniversitetet (Sweden) of the KC2 ‘Competence in Foreign Languages “, Dimitra (Greece) of the KC4 ‘Digital Competence’, Mediterranean Management Center (Cyprus) from KC7 ‘Sense of Initiative and Entrepreneurship’, Rinova (England) of the KC4 ‘Cultural Awareness and Expression’.
Another aim of the CERF project is the creation of an european virtual network where profesionals of adult education and human resources experts can share knowledge and good practices. It’s an open network and whose interested in being part of it can join in http://network.cerf.gr/
CERF is a Leonardo da Vinci (Transfer of Innovation) two year program with the support of the European Comission.