Erasmus Funded Projects
We have collaborated with European partners from Italy, Poland, Greece, Spain, Austria and France. We have taken part in many social mobility and vocational education training projects and continue to do so.
These projects are aimed at improving the educational training and mobility of specific target groups, such as marginalised groups, young adults, or disabled people. Activities can include the delivery of specific training, organisation of work placements, or intellectual outputs designed to improve a specific aspects of the project’s proposed outcomes.
These projects require commitment, lateral thinking and a high level of organisation and communication and allow international networking and the exchange of knowledge and ideas.
For KA1 Mobility Projects, we act as a receiving organisation. These vocational training projects involve cultural training and 4 weeks work placements for European students in the Reading, Berkshire. Please see a selection of our projects below.
Project Number: 2015-1-FR01-KA204-015334
Project Title: E-Cal Project
Dates: 01/10/2015 to 30/09/2018
The e-Cal project developed an e-course and accompanying handbooks, for second language learners to improve their personal study skills, and to enable them to “learn to learn”. It was aimed at giving people with less opportunity to learn, and those that did not fit into traditional educational environments, the opportunity to improve their language skills by making use of the thousands of open educational resources available online, on the internet today. The project lasted 3 years, and involved 6 partners: Eurospeak Language Schools Ltd. (UK), Petra Patrimonia Corsica (France), Danmar Computers (Poland), FoRiUm (Italy), E-Learning Concepts (Austria) and ASEV (Italy).
Project Number: 2018-1-UK01-KA204-048120
Project Title: Financial Literacy in Marginalised Communities (FLIMCO) Project
Dates: 01/10/2018 to 30/09/2020
The aim of the FLIMCO project is to provide identified marginalised communities with the knowledge and attitude, to be able to improve their financial literacy skills in their daily lives, within the context of their unique cultural norms.
The project will last 2 years, starting on the 1stOctober 2018 and finishing on the 30thSeptember 2020. There are 5 partners involved in the project: Eurospeak Language Schools Ltd (UK), CWEP (Poland), Essenia UETP (Italy), Accion Laboral (Spain) and SPES GmbH (Austria).
The project aims to build on the important and increasingly recognised topic of Financial Literacy, and provide the target
The outputs of the project will be:
- Handbook on the Relationship Between Financial Literacy and the Cultural Aspects of Marginalised Communities
- Framework for Financial Literacy Curriculum
- e-Course on Financial Literacy for Marginalised Communities
Project Number: 2018-1-BE01-KA202-038594
Project Title: Mr. Winston
Dates: 01/12/2018 to 30/11/2020
This project is aimed towards exploring and developing the idea of Virtual Reality in language learning. The project will create a chatbot, which will be used in conjunction with language learners’ traditional classroom and home-based study methods and materials. The project will last 2 years and involves 6 international partners: Eurospeak Language Schools Ltd (UK), Ljudska Univerza (Slovenia), Learnmera Oy (Finland), YuzuPulse (France), SCS LogoPsyCom (Belgium) and Civiform Società Cooperativa Sociale (Italy).
Project Number: 2018-1-PL01-KA204-051042
Project Title: Personalised Learning in Group Environments (PLGE) Project
Dates: 01/10/2018 to 30/09/2020
This project is aimed towards developing concepts relating to the idea of the personalisation of language learning within a group context. The project will create an online resource library, an interactive ILP system for teachers and s
tudents as well as a handbook for teachers about differentiation within the classroom. The project will last 2 years and involves 5 international partners: Eurospeak Language Schools Ltd (UK), Danmar Computers (Poland), FyG Consultores (Spain), Quarter Mediation (Netherlands) and FoRiUm (Italy).
You can keep up to date with the project progress on the PLGE website here: https://plge.erasmus.site/.
Project Number: 2018-1-LV01-KA204-047012-P1
Project Title: ILA – Social Entrepreneurship at the heart of Development
Dates: 01/10/2018 to 30/03/2020
The aim of the project cooperation is to promote the development of rural areas through the education of people in business issues, as well as motivating them to develop social entrepreneurship using the cultural, social and environmental resources available in their areas of residence. Project target group: young adults and seniors 55+. There are 9 project partners form Spain, UK, Latvia, Italy, Czech Republic, Netherlands, Romania,Turkey, Greece taking part in the project activities in order to reach the main project aim, realize activities and produce the results. The project partners are adult education centers which are responsible for revealing the wide world of social entrepreneurship opportunities. On the other hand there are also organizations which are responsible for the development of social entrepreneurship and spreading it all over the Europa. The main project results are- the e-course „The first steps in social entrepreneurship”developed and aprobbated; the e-platform „Social entrepreneurship park” for social entrepreneurs and those who are interested in it created; the guidelines for social mentors/supporters created and the research “Rural treasures- discovering and improvement” worked out and the information summary in the brochure collected.
The benefit of this project will be long lasting because all the results will be found on the internet even after the project will have been finished.
This project will open the people mind, develop the flexibility of thinking and they will start to notice that they can be happy living in their rural area in the same tame developing it by running social entrepreneurship, giving job to people from vulnerable groups and cooperating in the European level using created e-platform “Social entrepreneurship park”. Let us treasure the place we live in!