Yecla, Spain, served as the backdrop for the third Transnational Meeting of the TRIO project. CETEM took the lead as the host of this meeting. Spanning two productive days on May 9th and 10th, project partners gathered to assess progress, share feedback, and engage in collaborative discussions aimed at empowering citizens across different age groups through informal education in health, digital, and data literacy.
The agenda kicked off with a comprehensive review of the collaborative work conducted thus far, with special emphasis on gathering feedback from the manual and workshops that were instrumental in shaping the TRIO learning platform. The partners also conducted a self-evaluation of their planned and executed sharing and promotion activities. Additionally, financial administration matters were addressed to ensure smooth project procedures.
To close the first day, the TRIO project partners joined at dinner, in a relaxed get together of the consortium!
On the second day of the meeting, the consortium partners had the opportunity to embark on a tour led by guides from the Yecla Archaeological Museum in the enchanting Mountain Arabi. This outdoor excursion provided a refreshing change of pace for the group and accompanied by insights and discussion of the next steps of the project.
TRIO is an Erasmus+ project (March 2022 – May 2025) that aims to empower citizens of different ages through informal education, in the areas of health, digital and data literacy.