JU.M.P tackles the critical issue of those women with low income level and decreased participation in the labour market because of being low skilled, by designing innovative adult education modules. Its aim is to help social professionals working on the employability potential of vulnerable groups and unskilled/unemployed women with small children.
The Focus Group was conducted under the implementation phase of Intellectual Output 3 “JUMP Training Modules” in order to collect feedback from the social professionals regarding the 4 booklets of the project. The Focus Group agenda included a detailed and fruitful discussion about the 4 booklets and social professionals expressed their opinions and views for the improvement of this Intellectual Output. Their contribution was of major importance as they transferred their knowledge and hands-on experience for the finalization of the 4 booklets’ content.
In the Focus Group experienced social professionals participated from distinguished NGOs in Greece such as ARSIS, Diotima, AMKE IASIS and Ena Paidi-Enas Kosmos. The Focus Group was organized in cooperation with KMOP, partner from Greece.