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The Third Transnational Project Meeting (8-9 October 2019) of the Erasmus+ project entitled “Developing Farmers' Digital Skills” with the project number 2018-1-TR01-KA204-059557 was held in Huelva in Spain.
The project has been approved under Erasmus+ in Key Action 2 – Strategic Partnerships. At the meeting presentation of the content of the training module "Digital Skills for Farmers” - Safety was done by Gulsah Aksoy Tzafolia from AKETH –DCT.

Tuesday, 24 September 2019 10:14

2nd LTTA of "Lucky" in the premises of AKETH

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The second Learning teaching training activity of Erasmus+ KA204 project with the title “Lucky”, code 2018-1-PL01-KA204-050792, was held between 16th and 20st September 2019 in the premises of AKETH in Trikala, Greece. The aim of the project is to develop skills and qualifications in the field of communication in English through the use of musical activity in the adult learning process aimed at stimulating, developing creativity and cooperation skills.

The Third Transnational Project Meeting (5-6 September 2019) of the Erasmus+ project entitled “Use or Lose" with the project number 2018-1-TR01-KA204-059710 was held in the premises of AKETH - DCT in Trikala in Greece.
Use or Lose project aims to establish a guidebook for occupational therapy and treatment of Alzheimer’s patient and their families.

The Second Transnational Project Meeting (11-12 July 2019) of the Erasmus+ project entitled “Charter of Common Refugee Strategies" with the project number 2018-1-TR01-KA204-059635 was held in the premises of AKETH - DCT in Trikala in Greece.
Charter of Common Refugee Strategies project aims to inform the newly arrived about the rights of citizenship and the possibilities of acquiring citizenship, to support them about the problem of housing, to inform and guide them about the right of access to the health services, to inform them about the right and possibilities of basic education, to help them to take advantage of educational facilities to support them in finding jobs and help them to integrate the labor market, and finally to support the quick and better social harmony to newly arrived country.

The Second Transnational Project Meeting (16-17 July 2019) of the Erasmus+ project entitled “Developing Farmers' Digital Skills " with the project number 2018-1-TR01-KA204-059557 was held in the premises of AKETH - DCT in Trikala in Greece. The partnership is composed of 9 partners; the coordinator of the project is Aydın İl Tarım ve Orman Müdürlüğü, partners are Aydin Valiligi, Aydın Adnan Menderes Universitesi, Söke Zirai Ür. İşl. Tarımsal Yayım ve Hizmetiçi Eğitim Merkezi Müdürlüğü, Karpuzlu Ziraat Odası (Turkey), Institut Pro Trénink Pohostinnosti (CZ), Euroform RFS (IT), Inercia Digital SL (ES), and the Developmental Center of Thessaly, ΑΚΕΘ - DCT .
Developing Farmers' Digital Skills project aims to contribute to digital skills of farmers/producers in social & business life and to ensure that farmers are more active by increasing digital transversal skills; thus to increase their efficiency and productivity in their life.

The Developmental Center of Thessaly (AKETH – DCT), in cooperation with Turkey's Anamur Valide Sultan Mesleki Teknik Anadolu Lisesi, participates in the European program "Patient and Elderly Care Training in EU Countries" and within the project code "2018-1-TR01-KA102-056339 " which has been approved under ERASMUS+ under the Action KA1 - Learning mobility of individuals.
The program included 8 students and 2 associate teachers of the Vocational and Technical High School from Anamur, Turkey. Students had been assigned to local businesses active in the field of nursing care (KIFI - Daycare Center, Agios Loukas the Doctor - Rehabilitation Center, Olympion Thessaly - Rehabilitation & Rehabilitation Center SA). The internship had the duration of 2 weeks.

The Developmental Center of Thessaly (AKETH-DCT_ participated in the Second Transnational Project Meeting (3-4/7/2019) of the European program entitled “Immigrant Friendly Cities” which was held in LEIPZIG, Germany.
The project has been approved under Erasmus+ in Key Action 2 – Strategic Partnerships. At the meeting there was a presentation on the current situation of Greece in the field of refugees and the design of the Mobile App for refugees/immigrants for integrating them into the society.

The final transnational project meeting of the Erasmus+ project with the "Providing Learning Skills about Generating Solutions of Refugee Parents Facing to Educational Problems of Their children", code: 2017-1-TR01-KA204-045870 was held in Elche, Spain on 27-28 June 2019.
At the meeting the partners had the chance to review the educational module of the project which was developed for the purpose of the project. Also, the partners analyzed the results of the workshops that took place in the participant organization countries and decided upon the final changes to be made.

The final transnational project meeting of the Erasmus+ project with the title “Game-based Learning for Adults”, code: 2017-1-TR01-KA204-046822 was held in Granada, Spain on 18-19 June 2019.
At the meeting the partners had the chance to analyze the results from the workshops that took place in the participant organization countries and decided upon the final changes to be made. It was also decided that the material to be published on the program's web-page would consist of two versions of the game prepared by the partners. Finally, the program's final website was presented by the project manager.

Monday, 24 June 2019 15:39

"Log On Back to Life" hosted at AKETH

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As part of the LOG ON BACK TO LIFE, 14 secondary education teachers from Italy, Romania and Turkey were hosted at Trikala and AKETH facilities on the week of June 17-21. The trainees were informed about the development and use of the support platform for parents and teachers of secondary education to prevent Internet addiction, and had the opportunity to be actively involved in shaping the awareness and awareness campaign. of Internet addiction, through the creation of radio spots in partner languages.

The Thessaly Development Center would like to thank its director of recording studios at the Tsitsani Museum of Music Research Stelios Karagiorgos and the "Apollo" Trikala Folk Research Center, whose contribution during the week was particularly significant.

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