The second project meeting of STARTING 11 was held on the beautiful island of Malta, co-hosted by EAS, the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences and TW1N.
As STARTING 11 is in the grand finale of its research phase, its results were presented to all partners for the very first time. The project can be very satisfied as they strongly correlate with the assumptions made in our initial project description. At the beginning of November, we will publish a summary our findings on this website. These findings directly impact the selection of tools for the European Dual Career Toolkit.
Work groups in full flow
The expert group Manage kicked off their first meeting by working out the foundation of its future tools and formed micro teams to divide tasks, led by Guy Taylor (TASS) and Laurent Carnol (Sportlycée Luxembourg). The Train team built on its previous process re-defining its main areas that are essential for the tools’ development. Equally, within the area of Counsel, a common understanding, vision and semantics was reached and tool objectives were refined based on the research results.
Exciting times are ahead of STARTING 11 as the next months will strongly focus on giving shape to the tools respectively the overall toolkit. Thank you to all partners for a great second meeting.