News from our project

The results of the OLFA project has been completed

The intellectual products related to the two-year international cooperation have been completed. The modules and topics developed by the project partners were given a unified online learning interface, where it is possible to transfer and acquire the accumulated knowledge base.

Transnational Project Meeting

in Tenerife, Spain

Between 4 and 5 April the next TPM of the OLFA project was held in Tenerife, Spain

“OLFA” 3rd Transnational Project Meeting took place in Spain, Tenerife, Puerto de la Cruz, where coordinators from partner countries came together to discuss and evaluate project Intellectual Outputs. All the goals, tasks, and objectives of the project meeting were successfully achieved and completely fulfilled.

Transnational Project Meeting

in Turnhout, Belgium

Between 25 and 26 November, the next TPM of the OLFA project was held in Turnhout, Belgium.

During the meeting, the representatives of the project partners continued the work on the first intellectual output.

Training Course (Activity C1)

Eger, Hungary

Between 23 and 25 August, the training program element of the OLFA project was held in Eger, Hungary.

During the meeting, the representatives of the project partners agreed on the first steps of the main intellectual output of the cooperation – online training curriculum.

During the meeting, Danish, Italian, Belgian and Spanish experts got acquainted with the cultural and gastronomic values of the city, as well as gained an insight into the operation of the Mayor’s Office. The meeting has reached its maximum goal, the joint work can start, the training curriculum will hopefully get its first form at the next meeting in Belgium.


On March 3rd we successfully completed another online meeting for our Erasmus+ KA2, OLFA project. The project tasks & steps were discussed and the dates for the short-term joint staff training event in Hungary were relocated.

We are excited to work towards our next big goals!

The first meeting of our new  Strategic Partnership project in the field of adult education – financial literacy trainings for “outside the labour force” adults.

Our two-year collaboration involves the participation of five countries of the European Union (Denmark, Italy, Belgium, Spain and Hungary) involving adult training organizations with extensive experience in developing the target groups and using methods that have been used to address the basic problem of the project. Our basic goal is to create intellectual outputs that combines international experiences that will be useful for adult training in all EU countries.

The first meeting of the new cooperation was held in Koge (Denmark) between 20-21 of January.