The project

The IPAL project is a joint initiative of 5 organisations from Spain, Bulgaria, Italy, Greece and Germany that seeks to contribute to improve the current situation at a European level by developing quality assurance tools and training resources that promote the professional development of adult trainers and the quality of adult education


Target Groups


The project

When young students do an internship abroad, do they activate some soft skills?

• Yes, they do.

Can teachers prepare young students to activate soft skills during an internship abroad?

• Yes, they can.

Is it possible for young students to evaluate their soft skills?

• Yes, it is.

All of this will be possible thanks to our project Skills Act 4 VET!

Skills Act 4 VET aims to define the five most useful Soft Skills which are ACTivated during an international work-based experience by students who attend vocational educational training schools (VET schools).

Skills Act 4 VET is a tool to help students aged 14-18 carrying out short-term mobility programmes abroad, teachers preparing and supporting the activities and companies which host students to organise the internships better.

We plan to go to work with over 2.000 students, 800 teachers and 200 companies. At the end of this two-year project, we will be able to:

help students, with an App that will support them during the internship, with recommendations and a test that measures the level and the quality of their Soft Skills;

support teachers with a new intensive and specific e-learning training;

support companies in providing more productive work placements.


The project

YOUth COOPs is co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of European Union.

The project pursues the implementation of innovative practices in order to create a favourable environment for young people to engage in social cooperative entrepreneurship in their local communities, through the aim of bringing closer the youth organisations to the world of cooperatives, thus enabling young people to fully take advantage of the cooperative enterprise model.

Intellectual Outputs

IO1 Learning Modules

The learning modules are based on the experience of the project partners by providing trainings offers to target groups on the topic of social cooperatives.

IO2 Open Learning Portal

The open learning portal for trainers and young learners let you find resources about social entrepreneurship, transversal skills and non-formal education.

Target Groups

Youth Workers

Youth workers (18-35 years old) in youth organisation interested in social entrepreneurship and local community development, providing services and opportunities to support young people in developing competences.

Aspiring Entrepreneurs

Aspiring young (18-30 years old) social entrepreneurs that have a small business idea or have started a small social entrepreneur venture/community development project. Both employed or unemployed.


The project

Women for EDU is the first small-scale KA2 Erasmus+ project in which Tribeka takes part.

Its main objective is to diminish the risk of professional and social exclusion caused by long-term unemployment of women aged over 40. The way to do that is to equip professionals (among them members of our team) with effective training tools that will allow them to teach women the most useful transversal skills applicable in their pursuing of professional career, and therefore reduce gender inequality on the European labour market.


1: Training: Theater of improvisation

A 5-day workshop for trainers focused on the FMEA (Failure Mode Effects Analysis) methodology in the form of improvisational theatre.

2: Training: Learning Week

Second training workshop with the use of innovative outdoor methods, aimed at transversal skills and the exchange of experience and good practices.

3: Local workshops

Practical training organized in Spain, Italy and Sweden for unemployed women, led by the trainers who participated in the previous activities and aimed at improving the participants’ employability.

Target Groups


Trainers working in the area of education, employability, gender equality and European exchange.


Women over 40-year-old, unemployed and at risk of professional and social exclusion, interested in improving their chances of re-entering the labour market.