Aid Kit for Autonomous Online Classes (AidKit, 2021-2023) – Project

Aid Kit is an Erasmus+ strategic partnership in the field of adult education, which shall be implemented between 2021 and 2023 with five partner institutions from five different countries: Germany, Poland, Romania, Lithuania and Denmark.

The project revolves around the educational needs generated by the outbreak of COVID 19 situation and targets the non-formal adult learning institutions. Based on a 2020 EU Report data has shown that non-formal adult learning providers were not well equipped for the transition requested by the pandemic situation and they have been struggling to restructure their courses to be more accessible and inclusive. They are not qualified in the field of online tutoring, drawing a negative consequence upon disadvantaged learner groups, among whom the rate of drop-out has increased. 

The project aims to target the trainers and adult education staff, but also learners, especially members of the vulnerable group, like migrants, job seekers, seniors. They require newly designed programs to keep them active and involved. The main objective of the project is to upskill trainers and adult education teachers, improve their digital skills and build their confidence in leading distance learning courses. As a result they are expected to create their own customized pilot units. As for the distance learners’ objectives, new paths are needed to be designed for students to be more autonomous. 

Aid Kit's expected result is a guidebook providing the basis for non-formal learning curriculum and pilot courses to come. 25 trainers are going to work on the development of five samples of motivating digital methodologies that are adaptable to different teaching situations. Piloting the digital units by external trainers and also the integration of already existing tools leads to the discovery of the learner group’s needs, thus enabling content building according to them.

The main result is a customized interactive learning platform as learning space for the piloting courses which comes to be implemented after piloting the digital units by vulnerable learners. 

All the possible results of the project enhance the quality of distance learning in non-formal education and fight against the phenomenon of drop-out among the disadvantaged learners. 


Iberika Education Group GGMBH, Germany (https://www.iberika.de/ )


DANMAR COMPUTERS SP ZOO, Poland (https://danmar-computers.com.pl/en/ )

Asociatia Bridge Language Study House, Romania (https://www.blsh.ro/ )

SOCIALINIU INOVACIJU FONDAS, Lithuania (https://www.lpf.lt/ )

MHT CONSULT APS, Denmark (http://mhtconsult.dk/ )


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