The WoLLNET project will be innovative in four main ways.
Firstly, it will develop (to the best of our knowledge) the world’s first dedicated, web-based workplace basic skills training impact evaluation tool.
Secondly, the project will extend the traditional areas of workplace basic skills training evaluation beyond the typical focus on learner response and the value to the learner, by measuring the impact of training on individual and organisational performance.
Thirdly, the project will be innovative in terms of its transnational development and focus. From the outset the development of the Toolkit will be informed by project partners and stakeholders from seven European countries. This process will enable the exchange of ideas, sharing of good practice, and development of common models and guidelines on workplace basic skills training evaluation.
Lastly, the project will be innovative in producing comprehensive guidance on best practice in workplace basic skills training evaluation.