The toolkit not only provides summaries of the lesson learnt through the lifespan of the LSE project, but also contains concrete recommendations as well as proposals for life skills strategies at different levels.

More specifically the Awareness Raising and Strategy toolkit includes:

  • An Introduction to the concept of life skills and its benefits
  • Good Practice and Tools examples
  • Recommendations for adult education providers
  • Recommendations for policy makers
  • Recommendations for stakeholder organisations working in life skills areas
  • Learners stories
  • Proposals for life skills strategies on local, regional and national level

The toolkit is available in English, Slovenian, Danish, French and Greek.

Aims and objectives:

LSE aims at:

  • Increasing the participation rates of adults in lifelong learning
  • Fostering cooperation between agencies and stakeholders dealing with refugees on the one hand and the low-skilled on the other hand
  • Improving health situations, better school attendance of children, more chances for employment of the life skills learners
  • Increasing the recognition of the role of non-formal (adult) education in achieving social inclusion in the EU

LSE has the following objectives:

  • Collecting, comparing and further developing the life skills approach to learning for adults (more comprehensive provision of basic skills)
  • Provide tools and recommendations that can be used for and with the three target groups
  • Develop an overarching life skills learning framework and modules that are transferrable across Europe
  • Concrete proposals how to devise and implement a life skills strategy on the local / regional / national levels as well as a concrete advocacy tool to target regional, national and European policy-makers

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