Pilot Courses

Introduction

The aim of the piloting workshops has been to perform quality testing and ensuring validity of the project’s methodologies, materials and tools, which are based on cognitive, social and behavioural theory, and the assumption that people can control their own thought processes, motivation and action.

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Global organization of Pilot courses by country

The workshops were delivered to a total of 31 participants. Out of this number, a total of 30 attendees responded to the questionnaires.

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Pilot course qualitative evaluation– based on each partner’s analysis

In this chapter we present a compilation of feedback derived from all partners surrounding the development of the pilot courses as well as associated aspects that are not reflected in the evaluation form.

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Conclusion

The feedback received during the national piloting and synthetized in this report, would be further analysed by the L2W Consortium, in order to decide which suggestions and recommendations we can take on board or adapt to suit the needs of our end users, and how this can be done from a work-load point of view.

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