The B-WISE project partners are glad to announce the publication of the Learning Outcome Statement. The deliverable is the result of the work conducted during WP.3 coordinated, on behalf of the B-WISE partnership, by Scuola Centrale Formazione (SCF), one of the Italian partners of the project, under the leadership of Bianca Maria Molinari.
The identification of the learning outcomes items is the result of a comparison within the working group, with Melanie Schaur and Andrea Petz (Johannes Kepler University Linz, JKU) and Laura Minieri (SCF). The whole report is the result of a constant comparison with the working group of JKU and Idee in Rete (IIR) that involved Rita Festi and Laura Minieri (SCF), Melanie Schaur and Andrea Petz (JKU), Camilla Baldini and Gianfranco Marocchi (IIR).
The development of Learning Outcomes (LOs) within the B-WISE project represents a natural progression from the earlier phases focused on identifying competence needs within Work Integration Social Enterprises (WISEs). These LOs are a response to the comprehensive analysis of occupational profiles in the WISE sector, conducted in the Capacity-building in WISEs phase (T3.1). The process entails a careful examination of these competence needs, with a specific focus on Enablers, Supporters, and Workers with support needs (WSN), emphasizing their soft and digital skill requirements.
To ensure the LOs' alignment with the project's goals, they are closely connected to core modules such as "Wise identity, strategy, and transformation," "Networking and communication," and "Supporting employability." This structured approach allows for the systematic creation of LOs that encompass detailed descriptions of actions, required knowledge, essential skills, soft skills, and methodological suggestions. Additionally, references to the ESCO Skills & Competences Directory are included to facilitate European standard correlation.
The resulting LOs provide a flexible and adaptable framework that can be tailored to meet the specific needs of Enablers, Supporters, and WSNs within the diverse contexts of WISEs. They serve as the foundation for developing customized learning pathways/modules, accommodating various profiles, previous experiences, contextual challenges, and available training resources. Overall, this systematic approach ensures that the LOs are finely tuned to address the multifaceted competence needs of individuals involved in WISEs, promoting skill development and enhancing the sector's capacity for social integration and employment.
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