Stay up to date with the latest developments and milestones of eWBL (Work-based learning) project.
Empowering Higher Education Professionals
This week sees the digital work-based (eWBL) capacity-building training programme get underway in Ireland. Led by Samantha Carty, from Momentum the training will equip higher education lecturers, trainers, and administrative staff with the knowledge and skills needed to deliver high-quality eWBL.
The primary aim of the eWBL Master Training is to train a cohort of master trainers who will, in turn, deliver capacity-building courses in their respective countries: Germany, Ireland, Italy, Slovenia and The Netherlands. These courses are designed to provide educators with the methodological knowledge and skills necessary for designing and delivering high-quality eWBL. The training unfolds in two stages: a Master Trainer workshop in Ireland and the subsequent national capacity-building courses.
This week five Master Trainers will take part in an intensive 3-day workshop in Leitrim, Ireland which includes active participation, group activities, and problem-solving, ensuring that master trainers are equipped to engage their participants effectively in the national courses set to take place in early 2024. In the evenings, partners will enjoy some downtime to see the sights and sample the delights of Carrick-on-Shannon.
The eWBL capacity-building master training is a step towards advancing the quality of digital work-based learning in higher education. By empowering master trainers and subsequently cascading knowledge throughout partner countries, this initiative seeks to create a lasting impact on the future of work. Stay tuned for updates as we embark on this exciting journey of capacity building and educational transformation.