BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE ORGANISATION
The project Erasmus+ 2019-1-IT02-KA203-062980 MMEHR 'Multidimensional and Multicultural Expertise of Human Resources Professionals' started on 1st November 2019 to foster the innovative teaching/learning in the Human Resources area based on advanced multidimensional and multicultural 4.0 skills. Human Resources professionals are not only required to take the best advantage of all possible digital potentials to improve and speed-up the results of their work. They are now also demanded to be prepared understanding and evaluating multidimensional/multicultural factors. By acquiring such new skills, HR professionals can contribute to obtain a better matching of the characteristics of workers having a multicultural background from one hand with the requirements of the enterprises in the receiving European countries from the other hand. MMEHR will offer innovative solutions to this need, namely Quality Guidelines for Human Resources multicultural recognition and evaluation 4.0 techniques, in order to foster the teaching/learning in the HR area with an advanced set of multidimensional and multicultural 4.0 skills (Industry 4.0 'smart factories'), as well as with a comprehensive and multidimensional approach
MMEHR supports teachers, trainers, and students and promotes digital integration in learning to reach audiences fostering effective employment, quality improvement of access to the labour market and acquisition of series of digital and multicultural skills that the forthcoming HR professionals can use throughout their careers.
Thanks to the MMEHR approach, students in the Human Resources area will have the opportunity to acquire a new set of high level multicultural and digital skills, such as:
- using effectively Human Resources multicultural recognition and evaluation 4.0 techniques (Industry 4.0 'smart factories');
- using innovative and learner-centered pedagogical approaches and enhancing digital integration in learning, teaching, training and youth work at various levels;
- promoting access to and learning through Open Educational Resources (OER) to develop high level HR recognition and evaluation skills.
HOW THE ORGANISATION WILL CONTRIBUTE TO THE DISSEMINATION AND EXPLOITATION OF THE PROJECT RESULTS
The MMHER project will contribute to the dissemination of the GrEnFIn Erasmus+ Knowledge Alliance by offering the opportunity to distribute information to the members of the MEEHR Community (https://www.facebook.com/groups/449644925704490
), which will be kept operating after the completion of the project and beyond the MMEHR EU funded period.
The MMEHR Community joins European multidimensional and multicultural Human Resources experts having completed the MEEHR course and activities, who share interests, resources and discussions on the topic of multicultural recognition and evaluation 4.0.