Getting women online and into businesses in Tudela • ALL DIGITAL
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Getting women online and into businesses in Tudela

21 Nov, 2017

The third Smart Women project meeting took place in Tudela, Spain in November 2017. Project partners were hosted by their Spanish partner,  Fundacion Dedalo. Prior to the meeting, project partners were invited to the city hall of Tudela where they had a meeting with the mayor Eneko Larrarte.

The discussion with the mayor allowed the partners to  learn about the employment situation in Tudela and the need to promote new skills as a means to support and promote work. The partners explained the context of the project  highlighting the capacity to promote entrepreneurship and employment in the Southern Navarra region. The project will be piloted in a training course in spring for 15 women. The course materials will be available online and accessible for other organisations or municipalities to use.

The purpose of the project meeting was to review the content of the training course.  The partners reviewed all the modules, agreed on a common method of assessment, and reviewed the online platform. While there may remain some variance among countries  in how the project will be delivered, the content and training platform will be the same.

The project’s training course will be piloted in Latvia, Lithuania, Cyprus, Romania, Spain and Malta. The training materials will be openly available online, and other parties are welcome to adopt the training material.

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