The WOMEN4IT training, which started in February, successfully reached the finish line last week. Just over a hundred, brave and determined young women ready to achieve their goals started one of the four WOMEN4IT training courses in February.


The beginning of 2020 transformed the usual teaching methods for vocational education and training to online teaching in just a few weeks.


On March 22nd BETI team participated in the meeting of the "EU-RUDISNET: Network for social inclusion of people with disabilities in The EU rural areas through mentoring and leadership training program" project.


On Friday project E365 team joined an online meeting to discuss the final details before starting the challenges creation for the Intellectual Output Nr.2 "E365 - everyday challenges".


Yesterday we participated in the "WOMEN4IT Webinar for Piloting Partners". A BETI representative presented the training process experience in Lithuania so far. Talked about the dissemination process, trainers' and mentors' experience and feedbacks from learners.


Today we participated in the monthly meeting of the “3D4elderly” project. This meeting aimed to take a look at the progress of Intellectual Output 1 – “A guideline for caregivers about the use of 3D Printing”. Partners from Spain presented the report about the basics of 3D printing concepts.


On the 3rd of March, BETI team participated in the project "Educate to Innovate - Developing and Sustaining Female Food Entrepreneurs" partners' meeting. The main topic of the meeting was planning the final agenda of the training event "LTTA2 for Learners" that will be organized in Lithuania.


Started in 2018, the project “MENNET: Mentoring Network for facilitating Access to Upskilling Pathways” aimed to increase participation of low skilled adults and adults with fewer opportunities in lifelong learning and to improve their skills which will help to integrate into society better and e


On the 25th of February the team of the SAPPHIRE project joined an online meeting to talk about the ongoing processes of the project. Partners rejoiced that the first step of the project has been achieved as research on STEM education in partners' countries has been completed.