On February 2nd-3rd, 2023, the 3rd Transnational Meeting of the WorkingSmart Erasmus+ Project took place in Rome, Italy.
Hosted by aiComply, 12 people participated in the two-day long meeting (11 people on-site in aiComply offices, and 1 person connected on-line) representing all project partners from 5 European countries – France (IPRA), Greece (HOU), Italy (aiComply), Slovenia (CPU GZS), and Spain (InMedia and UOC).
The meeting was focused on some of the main project topics, such as the content of the training modules and their application in the virtual platform, but it was also aimed at reviewing administrative and financial issues and providing a state of the art of quality assurance and sharing & promotion activities.
The meeting was successful. All the Partners joined the two-day discussions with great attention and collaboration, bringing an added value perceived by all participants. The meeting has also been an opportunity for Partners to meet again after the previous transnational meetings in Lyon and Ljubljana, strengthening more and more the built relationship and the feeling of cooperation and connection among all of us.
On the first day, we focused on administrative and project management issues, project quality monitoring and sharing & promotion activities, including statistics about LinkedIn page engagement and the communication strategy for the last period of the project.
This was followed by a focus on the training modules, in particular Partners presented their modules, their progress and goals for finishing the content, leading to discussion and agreement on certain aspects of the training package.
The second day started with a demo of the learning platform by aiComply and it was the occasion for all Partners to provide suggestions on the possible resulting views of the training modules into the platform. aiComply also presented a demo of the scenario-based game features. Through a very productive brainstorming and discussion, all together we finally agreed on its overall context and structure and defined next deadlines for the project.
The meeting was also an opportunity to strengthen teambuilding. aiComply also invited to the extra-meeting activities some representatives of the group it belongs to – which enhanced the much-appreciated cultural exchange and a wider dissemination of the project.
This transnational meeting again proved to be very successful and one step closer to bringing a quality training program in the field of smart working in a user-friendly platform accessible for free, aimed at helping HR managers, leaders and business owners in the planning and implementation of smart working in their organizations.