BSOLE

Basic Skills On Line For Europe

BSOLE is an initiative funded by the eTEN Office. We are investigating the European market for the deployment of multi-lingual e-Learning products for adults with basic skills deficits.

The definition of basic skills most commonly used in Community-funded programmes is: "the ability to read, write and use mathematics at a level necessary to function, and progress at work and in society in general."

Our learners include:

  • employees who need to upgrade their skills in the workplace, especially where the introduction of computer technology demands greater literacy, numeracy and ICT skills
  • young people with basic skills needs who are socially excluded
  • young people and adults, both already in work or unemployed, who wish to improve their employability
  • refugees, immigrants and others at risk who need basic language skills in their host Member State.
EU-Program:
Coordination: CTAD - Cambridge Training and Development (UK)
Contact: Karin Kronika
Duration: February 2003 – August 2004
EU - Partner für lebenslanges Lernen This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.