The project aims to empower women on parental leave through skills development and employment prospects. It aims to enhance the skills and knowledge of 40 women on parental leave in European countries, focusing on career development through local trainings.
The project supports quality improvement and innovation in adults’ education work through international training and the creation of tangible outputs. It also increases awareness among women on parental leave about lifelong learning and various options for continuing education and training.
The project provides women on parental leave with access to a range of learning and skills development options and resources through a specialized website.
The project is disseminated through multiplier events in each partner country, contributing to the broader goals of the Erasmus+ program, which promotes gender equality, lifelong learning, and active participation in the labor market.
The project’s results include a website with 20 training video series on different skills development topics, a guide with formal and non-formal education opportunities in partner countries and abroad, and a digital list of tools for completing tasks online.
The project also improves the digital skills of women on parental leave during international and local trainings, increases awareness about lifelong learning, and provides access to a range of learning and skills development options and resources.