Increasing the digital skills and confidence of educators working with lower-skilled women from migrant and ethnic minority backgrounds to implement appropriate learning strategies and digital tools that will make learning digital more attractive, relevant and boost their professional and personal development.
“Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn.”
“You can’t teach people everything they need to know. The best you can do is position them where they can find what they need to know when they need to know it.”
Approximately 90% of jobs today require some level of digital skills and both the Council Resolution on a Renewed European Agenda for Adult Learning and the Upskilling Pathways Initiative recommend adult education provision is strengthened to improve the digital skills of many millions of low-skilled or low-qualified adults who are most vulnerable in the labour market.