The increasing influence of robots and algorithms on our labour markets further increases the need for uniquely “human” skills such as empathy and adaptation to change in complex environments.

This is where the Erasmus+ project INTERFACE (“Using agile, interactive learning environments to promote work-based learning in cVET”), funded by the European Union, comes in. On the one hand, the project deals with the improvement of teaching in vocational education and training.

On the other hand, it fosters low-skilled workers and trainees to receive more secure jobs on the labour markets. The main objective of the INTERFACE Project is to support low-skilled workers and trainees, who are affected by job cuts due to the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as digitalisation.