The expected impacts of the project will concern different target groups as follows:
Project participants (persons):
They improved their pedagogical competences, including the development of curricula, and broadened their experience in creating training materials. Their language skills were improved, and they gained experience in project management and dissemination. They became better aware of the challenges of integration/inclusion, intercultural differences, and the means to overcome or handle them. They broadened their idea of European citizenship and contributed to its further development. They were motivated to build European networks.
The participating organizations broaden and strengthen their international collaborations, thus reinforcing their image and reputation. They strengthen their knowledge of European policies and priorities. They improve the quality of their work, particularly by enriching their existing concepts and curricula with new, proven instruments at a European level.
Target group teachers/ trainers of refugees:
They benefit from new ideas, pedagogical practices, and new tools for their daily work. They enrich their professional competence. They recognize the benefit of European cooperation to achieve synergy effects for working with challenging target groups. They improve their pedagogical competences and linguistic skills. Their sensitivity and openness to Europe increase, and they receive an incentive to join or build European networks. Possibly, their motivation, self-confidence, and creativity are enhanced.
Target group refugees and migrants:
They will broaden their life perspectives, increase their motivation and their chances to sucessfully enter the work life, their transition to the work life will be eased, they will be sensitised for social engagement and European values, their language competence will be improved and their understanding of career pathways in the different societies, too.
Target group stakeholders:
This group is depending on the respective structures in the partner countries, but includes schools, ministries and departments of labour, ministries of education, communities, training companies. The impact differs depending on the type and structure of the group it represents.
Training organizations and schools will benefit from an improved concept for the holistic inclusion of refugees and migrants and from the supporting curricular modules and teaching and training tools, new possibilities of European networking and exchange, improvement of their training offers, possibly higher motivation and better qualification of their training staff and their learners, higher success rates, improved connections to training companies, enhance image of openess and innovation.
Training companies will have better motivated and pre-qualified trainees, possibly a better matching between the interests and needs of their trainees and the ones of the companies and thus higher motivation to employ persons with a migrant background.
Communities will benefit from better qualified and motivated young refugees and migrants to find their place in the society and the work life and, according to their structure, they can use the concept and materials for their own social work.
The superordinate institutions will mainly benefit from the improved concept for the inclusion of refugees and migrants.