Mentoring Change


In today’s fast-paced and digital-driven labor market, equipping adults with the necessary skills and knowledge is essential to overcome challenges and seize opportunities. Recognizing the importance of high-quality educational services and individualized support, a pioneering project has been launched to support adult educators in implementing tutoring and mentoring programs. The project aims to professionalize educators and empower them to address digital skills gaps, enabling adults to thrive in the dynamic European job market.

At the core of the project lies a set of ambitious objectives designed to foster innovation and cooperation among educational institutions and enterprises. By publicly demonstrating support for the “New Skills for New Jobs” strategy, the project aims to align its efforts with broader European initiatives, emphasizing the importance of upskilling pathways, improving accessibility, and increasing the uptake of adult education.

Central to the project’s mission is the development of a comprehensive guideline for mentoring and training programs specifically focused on enhancing adults’ digital competencies. Through this practical framework, adult educators will be equipped with the necessary tools to provide individualized support, addressing the unique career development needs and aspirations of each learner. By bridging the digital skills mismatches that often hinder professional growth, educators will play a pivotal role in enabling adults to navigate the challenges of a rapidly evolving job market.

The project further aims to create a supportive environment for adult educators, promoting high quality in adult education institutions through attractive and innovative methodologies. By nurturing a culture of excellence and continuous improvement, educators will be empowered to deliver impactful educational experiences that meet the evolving needs of adult learners.

The distinctive aspect of the project is the emphasis on personalized mentoring that prioritizes the relationship between adult learners and mentors. By focusing on each individual’s specific digital skills deficiencies and mismatches, rather than rigid structures, the mentoring approach will significantly enhance professional and work competencies. This tailored approach recognizes the unique challenges faced by adult learners and seeks to provide targeted support for their personal and professional growth.

Moreover, the project is committed to sharing lessons learned and best practices among project partners and stakeholders on a wider European scale. By leveraging the collective expertise and experiences, the project seeks to contribute to the broader European context, promoting effective strategies for supporting adult learners and fostering their success.

Through the project’s initiatives, adult educators will be empowered to make a profound impact on the lives of their learners. By professionalizing their roles and equipping them with innovative methodologies and mentoring approaches, the project will enable educators to guide adults on a transformative learning journey. As adults acquire essential digital skills, overcome barriers, and embrace new opportunities, they will be well-prepared to thrive in the ever-changing European labor market, realizing their full potential and achieving their career aspirations.