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SESKAT – Social-Emotional Skills for Adult Trainers

The project aims improvement of education by giving the facilitators a set of extra skills and weapons for their performance thanks to the contact with Emotional Intelligence.

Project ID: 2021-1-DE02-KA220-ADU-968E52D2


  • Raise awareness of the importance of emotional intelligence in adult education. ​
  • Highlight the particular implications of andragogy. ​
  • Identify the most important emotions involved in the formative process.​
  • Detect risks and opportunities of those emotions in the training process.​

Target groups

Adult trainers

They are our main target group, developing an​ emotional balance that reinforces their personal competences and improves their ability to transfer knowledge and concepts from an interpersonal perspective.​ ​


They will learn to identify and manage their emotions during the training process, as it has been scientifically proven that emotional regulation is closely linked to the success of the cognitive processes of learning and internalisation of concepts.

Project results

A Map of Training Emotions​

The project consortium will identify what are the 12 emotions that play a role in adult training and will develop a self assessment tool for adult trainers in these emotions.

The Emotional Trainer ​

Taking into account the results of IO1, the project consortium will develop a corpus of 36 training modules (3 for each emotion) in order to support the management of adult trainers’ emotions in their training performance.

The Emotions of Learning​

The work will be focused on the facilitator as an intermediate step and link in the transmission of contents and emotions to the learners. So, the project consortium will develop 36 learning tools and resources to be worked in the classroom and also useful in online training.

Project Partners

There are six partners from six countries –

EBB | Berlin (Germany)​

INDEPCIE SCA | Córdoba (Spain)​

SIDES | Treviso (Italy)​

EUROSPEAK | Dublin (Ireland)​


FUNDACJA NOVA | Gdansk (Poland)​