The WIN project has been created with the intention of training and informing young migrant women from Latvia and Spain through mobile devices about the basic aspects and skills required in the labour market of their host country, promoting their labour insertion and social integration in the medium and long term.
SSH and Femxa role is to assist female migrants to develop their networks by providing vocational and training programs through microlearning.
Microlearning is an educational strategy characterized by the briefness of its lessons and learning units. In other words, it is knowledge encapsulated and concentrated in small knowledge pills that explain small concepts, tools or tutorials. Thus, knowledge and skill sets are provided without overwhelming the learner and in a more dynamic way than the traditional one.
The micro-training pills are aimed to provide specific training in the following aspects:
- Proper use of internet.
- Knowledge of the environment.
- Digital skills.
- Addressing digital transformation through development of digital readiness, resilience and capacity.
- Adapting vocational education and training (VET) to labour market needs.
- Inclusion, promoting equality and non-discrimination.
- Digital skills and competences.