Adult Education Trainers
Many of the contributions come from a growing movement known as “Mumpreneurs,” which refers to mothers who run their own businesses. With this in mind, the main objective of this project is to train the adult education trainers and prepare them to support professionally inactive mothers, who want to improve both their personal development and develop entrepreneurial mindsets.
As a result of the training, mothers will not only improve their employability but also reinforce their participation in civic and social life. (European council recommendations on key competences for life-long learning 2018). According to research, mothers face many challenges such as concerns about childcare, financial issues, maternity discrimination at work, work-family balance, lack of education etc) that impede their return to work after the end of their maternity leave.