The partners proceeded to the analysis of expectations of the companies by questioning and interpreting in work groups, following a common investigation methodology. In each category, the partners selected the educational and training paths they considered the most suitable to be confronted to the company needs regarding skills of team leaders and worksite supervisors. After this selection, each partner proceeded to screening contents and pedagogical methods according to common methodological approach. Furthermore, the partners worked on the definition of contents enabling beneficiaries to acquire or improve transversal skills in terms of learning outcomes for team leaders and worksite supervisors, likely to be certifiable at EQF levels 4 and 5. In addition to this, the partners conceived pedagogical methods and tools for appropriate VET paths.

The partners are about to work on an exhaustive and combined evaluation model focussed, on the one hand, on the companies and on the individuals, related to the field of motivation, usefulness, recognition and certification of qualification and, on the other hand, on the related VET system, which adds to the first factor a more global dimension.

Selected training paths will be experienced with their beneficiaries who will be recruited by the training centres according to the criteria already in vigour in each partner country, following a common protocol for experimentation and validation.