Project results

Our outputs

PR1: Portfolio for Mentors

The Portfolio for Mentors will provide a set of interactive and adaptable teaching materials on soft skills for migrants. It will provide mentors and trainers with theoretical and practical knowledge on soft skills and teaching methods to adult migrants, on how to communicate to migrants how their knowledge and
experiences relate to soft skills, and how to use them in a business environment.

PR2: Portfolio for migrants

“The Portfolio for Migrants will provide a set of interactive and adaptable training modules on soft skills for migrants, to have a better understanding of soft skills, of how their knowledge and experiences relate to soft skills, how to communicate and use
them in a business environment (hiring interviews, promotion, creating and running their own business, developing business networks), how to improve them and disseminate their importance among peers.”

PR3: Self-assessment tool for soft skills

The Self-assessment tool will provide a quick, interactive tools for migrants to identify the soft skills relevant to their situation (in the current job and/or in the desired position), to assess their level of development of the soft skills desired, to design a tailored upskilling path to achieve the desired level, and to monitor their progress.

PR4: ePortfolio platform

The ePortfolio Migrants digital platform will provide access to the resources created by the project Portfolio for mentors and Portfolio for Migrants , the self-assessment tool . It will also host the (virtual) exchanges among the Community of Practices.

PR5: ePortfolio Community of Practice

Soft skills evolve over time and based on socio-economic and cultural contexts, and need revision and updating to maintain their relevance, both for concerning content and teaching and
mentoring methods. ePortfolio intends to achieve this by establishing a Community of Practice (CoP), a collaborative network of 40 experts on the fields of social integration, soft skills, with a particular focus on migrants. In order to involve local communities of migrants, eight communities of practice will be
established in key locations across Europe.