The project started from the premise that in a multicultural and multilingual Europe it is necessary that language learners should be encouraged to value their already existent partial competences in various languages and to develop new ones, to take responsibility for their own learning and to develop self-evaluation skills. Learning foreign languages increases the learners’ chances of social integration in their own country and in an international (European) environment, as well as their opportunities for personal development.
The ultimate target groups were Ministries of Labour, employers/Human Resources Managers, private and state employment agencies, providers of language training, providers of vocational training, language learners (15+), people in vocational training, unemployed/employees in the project countries.
In terms of impact, decision makers (such as ministries and employers) were made aware of the existence and benefits of using the ELP on a regular basis, as a document certifying the employees’ linguistic competence. On the other hand, for the ELP users both the approach promoted through the ELP and the instrument itself create equal opportunities to mobility, employability and access to European values in general.”
- Target group (age group): Students (15+), teachers, multipliers, authorities, employers
- Language(s): DE, EE, EL, EN, IT, LT, NL, PL, RO, SK
- Type of material: Information on the EU project, project partners; various downloadable materials (PowerPoint presentations, learners’s guide, teacher’s guide, materials for multipliers, employers etc.) in 10 languages.
- Title: EuroIntergrELP - Equal Chances to European Integration through the use of the European Language Portfolio
- Author(s): Project partners involved in the EU project EuroIntegrELP http://www.prosper.ro/EuroIntegrELP/EurointegrELP.htm#partners
- Contact (e-mail): Laura Muresan email@example.com
- Website: http://www.prosper.ro/EuroIntegrELP/EurointegrELP.htm