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This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.


About the Migrant ICT project

This project was conceived as a way of integrating migrants into a new culture and also helping them to develop IT skills and secure a relevant job or go on to further education. The products and results of this project will be of particular interest to Adult Education Authorities and Providers, Tutors and Guidance Counsellors working in the education centres and in the community. There is a great potential in the Migrant ICT model to be used widely in the adult education sector across Ireland and the UK.

START Progressive Learning in a New Culture.
The project training programme is called the START programme and materials use bilingual learner materials in English/Polish and English/Lithuanian. START consists of a number of modules which can be used on their own or as an entire programme of four modules depending on your needs.
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Grundtvig Learner Workshop, ECTARC,Llangollen, Wales, March 2010

Grundtvig Learner Workshop - TROSI - Exploring European Cultural Identities in Wales.

This is a 5 day interactive workshop, and any adult in the EU is welcome to apply. We aim to introduce participants to aspects of Welsh culture through a different creative medium for each day of the workshop - storytelling, visual art, traditional music, dance and cookery. We will also ask participants to share their own regional cultural and artistic traditions through the workshop activities. A… Continue

Posted by Website Administrator on January 28, 2010 at 12:06

MigrantICT Advice and Information Evening at SERC

On the 23rd March 2009 South Eastern Regional College organised an information session for a group of migrant students who participated in the pilot training programme START. The event gave an opportunity for migrant students to meet representatives from various organizations in Northern Ireland who could answer some of the questions they had been discussing over the last number of weeks. Guests included CAB, Migrant Worker Support Groups, PSNI, Credit Union, NITB and Pensions… Continue

Posted by Website Administrator on March 26, 2009 at 11:30



Tutor Manuals

Created by Website Administrator Feb 18, 2010 at 1:27pm. Last updated by Website Administrator Feb 18, 2010.

Learner Manuals

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START Programme

Created by Website Administrator Nov 10, 2009 at 6:27pm. Last updated by Website Administrator Nov 11, 2009.




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