DOCUMENTA starts the training courses on intercultural skills of the Mingle project

Mingle CursoEspanolThe Mingle project, in which DOCUMENTA participates jointly with the CMICAD of the Santander City Council, launches the Workshops on Intercultural Skills and Civic and Social Competences for resident immigrants in the community of Cantabria.

DOCUMENTA will give two workshops on Intercultural Skills and Civic and Social Competences at the CMICAD facilities (C / San José nº10) on the 6th, 7th, 8th and 9th of May with the purpose of contributing to the objective of the Mingle project: to facilitate active citizenship and improve the integration of immigrants in the host society. In addition to classroom training, visits to the most important social, institutional and cultural resources of the city will be organized.

On 17th April, the language skills training phase was completed with six Spanish courses at different levels and a total of 109 immigrants attended. There was a successful participation and a great reception of this initiative by the immigrant population residing in the community.

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Documenta organizes, in collaboration with Fundación Más Humano, a Debate Forum on the European project BEOLD

BeOld Ev MultOn March 26th, Documenta carried out in Madrid the Debate Forum foreseen within the BeOld project activities. Around 15 people were able to see the different materials and activities that are being carried out within the BEOLD project.

The participants, mostly experts representing public, private and non-profit organizations, came from work areas related to social innovation, the university, human resources or labour relations, with which they were interested in the topic of management of age and contributed their knowledge in the field.

The attendees were contacted through Fundación Más Humano, which works, through different projects, to promote corporate social responsibility as a differentiating element of organizations, to manage humanly and effectively people, recognize their value and generate opportunities that allow both workers to achieve their objectives. One of these projects in which they work is "Savia", which seeks to improve the employability of workers over 50 and efficiently manage age in the workplace.

The structure of the session was as follows:

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Documenta successfully concludes the pilot testing of the Family Learning Curriculum of the Famskill project

Famskill CursoIO2Between March 11th and 22nd, Documenta carried out a course with the objective of testing the Family Learning Curriculum that has been developed over the last months by the different partners of the Famskill project.

The testing was carried out in the Center for Promotion and Technological Innovation of Torrelavega. The course was attended by a score of participants, whose main profile was that of adult women, with family responsibilities and a low level of digital skills. The attendees actively participated during all the sessions and positively evaluated the piloting  once it was finished.

The Family Learning Curriculum is one of the materials proposed in the Famskill project, and aims to create a methodology that improves adult family learning skills through several content and materials.

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InCommon, training on Key Competences for migrant women

InCommonwp3InCommon launched the Start Up stage of the project. The objective is to train migrant women in those competences that will facilitate their personal development and integration into the cultural and educative life of the host community and at the same time share their own cultural background. To this end they are receiving training in 3 of the of KCs of the ERF, plus a training on Leadership.

Women will acquire skills that will help them to interact in a digital environment, to be aware of the relations between their own culture and the hosting community, to be able to express themselves and send feedback on cultural activities and, finally to be aware of the importance of learning to learn as a tool for personal development and interaction in the community.

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