App.T Project


App.T aims to create an app to support target groups who are likely to be less attractive to employers in the current EU economy and therefore be unemployed, and their trainers. It will contain interactive training content which focuses on developing business start-up skills based on the principles of social enterprise. Users will develop soft skills and work preparation skills to ultimately increase their employability and access to the labour market. The project aims to make learning employability skills more attractive and accessible for people who favour modern social media technology tools like mobile phones in preference to historical learning and communication methods. Accessibility and recognition of learning is therefore at the heart of the project and will be achieved, predominantly, although not exclusively, through the app format and possible accreditation/progression routes mapping.  

The training content already exists and has been adapted and developed through an existing Leonardo Transfer of Innovation Project: SET4WORK (Social Enterprise Training for Work) led by UK-based Siawns Teg with partners from Lithuania, Italy, Slovakia, UK and Germany.

The main objectives are:

  • Adapt the existing content to an app
  • Identify informal/non-formal learning and match to formal qualification routes in partner countries
  • Translate and adapt the existing content to the specific target groups of the new partners: Germany and Czech Republic and update in relation to UK and Lithuania partners to ensure relevance
  • Design and develop an interactive app
  • Map content to possible accreditation and progression routes for recognition of learning and employ the principles of ECVET
  • Test and pilot the app
  • Potential commercialisation of the app which will be informed by market testing and quality assurance activities
  • Create supporting user guides for trainees and trainers
  • Disseminate project activities and outcomes widely and hold a project conference


More information

Start date: 1 January 2015
Duration: 32 months
Project website:
Project number: 2014-1-UK01-KA202-001619

For more information please contact:

Rachel Henley

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

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