Pilot Phase 2 practice
Pilot Phase 2 - ligue de l'Enseignement nouvelle-aquitaine
From July to November 2021, the French partner, the Ligue de l'Enseignement Nouvelle-Aquitaine, implemented the second pilot phase with its public. 156 adult learners, including low-skilled NEETs, adults in professional reorientation, migrants and low-skilled adults, tested two activities created by Topcoach, the Slovak partner: activities based on organisation and time management and leadership skills.
Ligue de l'Enseignement Nouvelle-Aquitaine collaborated with 10 adult educators, previously trained in the BBU methodology, from its training department in the north of the region (former Poitou-Charentes region).
The most general positive feedback was that the fun and originality of the BBU methodology encouraged the participants to get involved with enthusiasm. For all of them, the activity allowed a better understanding of the targeted competence and they were able to make the link with the professional context and their current job and/or internship search.
Pilot Phase 2 - DAFO
From July to November 2021, the Spanish partner, DAFO Gestion Estrategica, has implemented the second pilot phase, in which 100 adult learners were trained to develop the transversal competences of decision making and learning orientation. DAFO has collaborated with associated partners from several towns from the region of Castile and Leon (Medina del Campo, Salamanca, Valladolid, Chañe), in order to ensure that the methodology and the strategic activities will get known and further used by other Spanish organizations.
DAFO organized the second pilot phase, in which the 10 adult educators who have been previously trained on the BBU methodology and strategic activities, have implemented 2 of those activities with their adult learners, more specifically NEETs with university studies and adults at risk of poverty and/or social exclusion.
By testing the strategic activities, we make sure that the adult educators get the practical experience on how to implement and integrate the BBU methodology and activities into their regular work and also, we get to know the opinion of the adult learners, in order to determine if our results achieved the proposed objectives.
At the end of the second pilot phase, the both adult learners and educators provided their feedback on the activities tested with the aim to have them improved and to create the final version of the Handbook.
During the next phase of the project, the feedback will be analysed and a report will be released.
Stay tuned to find out how the rest of the partners implemented the second pilot phase!