The rapid technological evolution and the new digital transformation are generating a gap between demand and supply in the labour market, which will intensify progressively with the need for new emerging professional profiles in the so-called “4th industrial revolution”. Within the largest field of new specialized employment – scientific and technological (STEM) areas – both young women and people with physical disabilities face challenges and barriers to access technical training. These challenges have been observed by each member of the project partnership (Austria, Spain, and Italy).
The project MULTI-LEVEL HYBRID LEARNING addresses these gaps by supporting people to acquire and develop basic skills and key competences, to boost employment capacity in new specialities, skills and profiles professionals associated with the deep and rapid transformation of the labour market.
The specific aims are:
Depending on the market demand or employment needs respectively career development, the MULTI-LEVEL HYBRID LEARNING approach enables flexible and multidisciplinary learning (distance, face-to-face or blended).
Project website: http://hybrid-learning.eu/adhesion/