Pathways Project

The Pathways project intends to develop a toolkit for adult education and career professionals who work with unemployed low-skilled adults. The toolkit will serve the purpose of helping these two categories of professionals in recognising basic skills acquired through informal or non-formal learning contexts, as a means to improve the employability of low-skilled adults. 

Alongside the recognition of skills, the direct target group will be in the position of helping the final beneficiaries in creating their individualised learning pathway, as a means of upskilling and improving their position in the labour market, but also for self-improvement, in the context of lifelong learning promotion.




Create a methodology and a set of tools for adult education and career professionals to guide low-skilled adults in having their basic skills acquired through non-formal or informal learning recognised.

Develop the adult educators and career professionals' capacity to engage and motivate low-skilled adults in making learning choices which help them to improve their employability potential, based on their prior experience and preferences.

Promote the lifelong learning and the creation tools to cater for the internationalisation of education and growing use of digital learning, supporting the creation of flexible learning pathways in line with learners' needs and objectives.