The second meeting of the project FLOW – Financial literacy for NEET Women took place on the 18th and the 19th of February. It is a project funded by the European Commission’s Erasmus+ programme under the Key Action 2 – Strategic Partnerships for Adult Education.
Several topics were included on the agenda of the meeting, namely:
- The analysis of the development of the curriculum, which is in the completion phase, divided into four areas of competences.
- The structure of the manual was discussed and the materials used to support the trainers were defined.
- The initial planning of pilot training for trainers in each of the partner countries.
- The partners discussed one of the tools that will be created under this project – a digital platform to facilitate distance learning (e-Learning).
- The internal management of the project and the next steps until the next meeting of the consortium.
The next face-to-face meeting will take place on the 7th and 8th of July and until those dates, the partners will focus on developing the manual and materials for the trainers, as well as structuring all initial training for the trainers, linked to the curriculum developed for the target group of the project.
The project aims to increase financial literacy among the group of women who are not in the labour market and who are not studying, aged between 20 and 34 years. The main objective is to drive and support this group in the development of skills and competences, with a view to their reintegration into education, active citizenship and professional life. To achieve this goal, a specific curriculum will be developed to address this need, materials and educational resources will be created to support trainers and pilot training will be organised in all partner countries. The consortium is composed of entities from Croatia, Portugal, Italy, Romania and Greece.