Newsletter

NEET IDEA PROJECT.

What will NEET IDEA achieve? NEET IDEA will support digital native NEET's to reintegrate into mainstream education, training, and employment. This project aims to focus on young adults between the ages of 20-34 who are on the margins of mainstream society - these young people are often classed as NEETs i.e. Not in Employment, Education or Employment.

The NEET IDEA project will provide learners with the opportunity to up-skill on the topic of digital and social media production. By working with educators, the project will also promote bespoke non-formal learning resources around digital and social media production. By offering learning materials that appeal to young digital natives, NEET IDEA encourages participants to develop useful skills, develop behaviours, and change attitudes towards re-entering education, employment, or training in the future.

What we will tell you about?

This Newsletter will inform you about:

The progress of the NEET IDEA Project

The development of the Audio-Visual Production Training Modules and accompanying Pedagogic Training Elements

The development of the Audio-Visual Production Training Modules- on-line meetings

Future Activities 

Members of the consorcium

7 partners work together:

VSI INOVACIJU BIURAS

Lithuania

THE RURAL HUB CLG

Ireland

CALLIDUS- INSTITUTE FOR ADULT EDUCATION

Croatia

DRUZHESTVO ZNANIE

Bulgaria

OSRODEK SZKOLENIOWO-BADAWCZY INNEO

Poland

AKLUB CENTRUM VZDELAVANI A PORADENSTVI

Czech Republic

ARPIS ASOCIACION REGIONAL PARA LA INCLUSION SOCIAL

Spain

THE PROGRESS OF the NEET IDEA project

Leading up to March, 2021 the project partners have worked on creating content for a curriculum that will feature audio-visual production Training Modules, and accompanying pedagogic elements. This In-Service Training Programme will be held in February 2022.

The NEET-IDEA partners have developed an entire training program that uses inquiry-based and embedded-learning methodologies to develop a wide range of skills and attitudes that are essential for personal growth and personal fulfilment of the NEET target group. The training also includes audio-visual modules that will serve VET tutors as a basis for educating NEET's to learn all about video recording and to become part of a film crew in a role that fits their personal preferences or personalities.

The In-Service Training Programme will be piloted in February 2022 and on it each partner will send two educators who will further implement the trainings with the NEET-target group in each partner country.