- Overall management of the project (creation of management team and meetings every 4 months)
- Management structuring
- Financial management
- Reporting (3 narrative progress reports)
Research indicates that one fourth of European population, aged 25-64, does not have sufficient education or skills to perform tasks in environments where technology is used to perform everyday tasks. Without attaining required skills, low qualified persons have few opportunities to find employment, which is, among other benefits, essential for their social inclusion and democratic participation.
Overall objective of the project is to create a solid ground in Republic of Serbia for the implementation of the Council Recommendation on Upskilling Pathways by taking stock of any existing provisions upon which full Upskilling Pathways can be built, and identifying gaps to be addressed in cooperation with relevant stakeholders and supporting national authorities in the targeting of Upskilling Pathways.
The Project will promote skills upgrade and encourage development of individuals so that they can remain competitive and improve their knowledge, which would be beneficial in the labour market. The project will also encourage relevant stakeholders, who have direct control over and influence on support for education of adults, to invest in lifelong learning across the country. The results would facilitate access to flexible paths for improvement of literacy, numeracy and digital skills for unqualified and low qualified adults.