The platform will be specifically designed for migrants living in one of the 5 partner countries, regardless of their status, with a basic command of the host country language (levels A1, A2 and B1).
The platform will display different modules, each one composed of thematic units, corresponding to specific activities. Exercises will be designed with a visual approach, using images, videos and short sentences, rather than long texts, and they will address topics related to social and cultural inclusion as well as labour market and work culture such as job offers (where to find them), how to apply for a job, work legislation, social manners, public holidays, recognition of skills, schools and nurseries, public transports. Finally, an encouraging and interactive interface will be developed in order to reward users for correct answers and good performances.
The interface together with exercise and registration instructions will be translated in a selection of languages commonly spoken by migrants (such as Arabic, Russian, Turkish), in order to assist users during the first steps of their learning pathway.
The platform will be open, inclusive and usable, either with the support of a trainer or in complete autonomy, on any device (computer, smartphone and tablet). This feature will make the platform available to a large number of users, including those who do not have access to training for different reasons (they do not know how to do it, cannot afford it, have to take care of children, etc.).
The platform prototype should be available in November 2019.