The SciLed project aims to equip the sector with updated high-level skills required to meet the increasing consumer demands for personalised, differentiated and sustainable products, and at the same time, to make the related job openings more attractive to young people with modern curricula and innovative learning methods. Through specific training modules and innovative methodologies, workers will be upskilled and will develop the necessary competences for the current and new occupations required by the labour market.


League of Emotions Learners project aims at empowering young people so they are able to develop their emotional competences to identify and express self-emotions to establish successful communication with others both online and offline to be aware of the limits and potential of ICT based communication and to manage emotions in professional environments including volunteering experiences within a company or when being entrepreneurs.


MY-RELIEF project aims to enhance awareness of mature workers (55+ years) about the ways to monitor, limit and cope with chronic low back pain in all personal spheres (work, family, leisure etc.). It aims to develop an innovative health education towards older adults working in sedentary or arduous/strenuous jobs for improving their knowledge and transversal skills about correct ergonomics, pain self-management and healthy behaviours to adopt addressing this low back pain condition.


PeerCare project aims at contributing to reduce the “informal caregiver stress” symptoms by spreading a new approach for delivering informal training and social support to family caregivers, through an online peer networking community and a training pathway on Emotional Intelligence.


AUDID is short from AdUlts, Data and emerging IDentities and is about empowering adults to deal effectively with potential dangers associated to online identities. Drawing on contemporary research findings, AUDID considers that Internet and online identities are not only a childhood/adolescent condition, but also a growing risk for the adult generation. 


Coding4Girls aims at increasing the number of females that participate in and lead computer science business projects leading to a more diverse workforce, promoting opportunities for them to benefit from attractive careers, and diversifying professional talent and perspectives in the computer science sector.


The overall aim of the SHOEMAN project is to create a framework that will result in better qualified professionals in the European Footwear Industry. It addresses both technological and non-technological issues, from basic to new technologies, and from fundamental managerial skills, financial or project management skills, to issues regarding health and safety at the workplace, social responsibility and traceability in the value chain. The project will facilitate the enhancement of the professional skills through a cross-disciplinary training program, combining professional and transversal skills associated with entrepreneurship, innovation, both technological and non-technological.


The ADLES (Active Digital Learning Environments in Schools) project aims at working with and preparing teachers to implement active learning methodologies based on PBL (Project/Problem Based Learning) supported by an online platform that includes a set of digital tools (games, simulations and communication) that will allow students to experiment, collaborate and communicate in an extended and multinational learning community.


The main goal of the iDO project is to make evidence-based knowledge available for low-skilled workers in dementia care. The project aims to translate up-to-date evidence in an accessible, motivating, engaging and innovative vocational training on dementia care for direct care workers, reaching professionals who are normally excluded from this knowledge.


LEAMAN aims to provide the instruments to re-engineer the leather industry and to offer to the existing and aspiring managers of the leather Industry the most up-to-date information and knowledge tools.