Materials for adult education centres and work-study programmes

ICT support in the adult education centres

The three Dutch-speaking adult education centres in Brussels and the Ligo Brusselleer Centre for elementary education together received EUR 138,425 to invest in ICT equipment. Students in vulnerable situations thus have access to digital equipment.

Materials for work-study programmes

Six Dutch-speaking schools received a total of EUR 128,603 to invest in materials for work-study programmes. In a work-study programme, students learn at school and at the workplace. The schools purchase materials such as a waffle iron, a diagnostic scanner, a hospital bed and training dummy, and a welding device.