Eurosuccess Consulting proudly announces that Digital Wood Artisan, an Erasmus+ European project in which the organization was participating as partner, has been recognized as an example of good practice by the European Commission.
DWA was implemented during the period 2018 to 2021, and aimed to support the involvement of disadvantaged learners through craftsmanship in the digital age, including people with mental and physical disabilities and socioeconomic problems, unemployed, immigrants, migrants, and NEET groups.
Since the beginning of the project, partners from Cyprus, Italy, Slovenia, Spain, and Portugal identified a great need to invest in the upskilling of workers, through developing new tools and informal learning materials, as well as practical activities and examples of good practices, in order to motivate the target groups to engage in the labour market and in society.
The project results included:
- A Manual containing comparative studies in Europe regarding woodworking techniques as well as social inclusion methodologies, that can be used by trainers, experts, VET organizations, and other stakeholder groups.
- An online theoretical-practical training course addressing staff.
- A web platform containing all the educational materials and interactive resources (like videos, presentations, reports, and links) through the project’s website.
Through this project, the partnership was able to reach:
- 145 students
- 86 educators and trainers
- 33 companies and VET organizations
- 12 territorial training events for trainers and students, organized in all participating countries.
- 6 schools
All the educational materials, resources, and information about the project is available on the website www.dwa-project.eu in the English, Greek, Italian, Spanish, Slovenian, and Portuguese languages.
Click here to view the complete announcement by the European Commission.