The LOST2 project has a really exciting joint training system design. This design includes stand-alone training modules that help individuals acquire the necessary skills and knowledge to become an “Expert in the Research of Missing People & Minors.”

One of the training modules is focused on raising awareness about missing persons. This module is specifically designed for teachers, NGOs, local authorities, families, and young people who are at risk.

Furthermore, the LOST2 project has a wonderful online platform that allows beneficiaries and stakeholders to engage with each other and benefit from the training program.

The project strives to tackle the problem of missing individuals and children in Europe. Our aim is to develop a comprehensive European system that will enable the proficient research of such cases. Our dedicated focus is on crafting a competent European core professional profile for the “Expert in the Research of Missing People & Minors“. To achieve this, we plan to integrate modular training units that equip individuals with the necessary skills and knowledge to excel in this new professional role.

The training course is broken down into units, which are grouped together in a Dictionary of Skills. This modular approach helps define the full learning plan for the profession, including the necessary prerequisites. It allows learners to choose specific modules based on their needs, such as specialization or updates for professionals already working in similar fields.

There’s even a “zero” module that’s not directly tied to the profession, but instead raises awareness about missing persons. This module is accessible to the general public, including teachers, NGOs, local government managers, families, and especially young people and minors who are at risk. All modules come with the know-how necessary to achieve the desired learning outcomes.

The LOST2 project not only includes training modules but also an interactive Online Professional Community (OPC) platform where beneficiaries and stakeholders can connect and engage. This platform will be user-friendly and optimized for search engines. Plus, it will be responsive, quick-loading, and easily accessible, complying with the accessibility guidelines. Additionally, it will have a small environmental impact.

To sum it up, the objective of the LOST2 project is to tackle the issue of missing people and children in Europe by creating an efficient system for researching missing people and minors. The project aims to provide a comprehensive training system with modular units to equip professionals with the skills and knowledge required for this new profile. A “zero” module will raise awareness of the missing persons’ phenomenon, and there will be pilots conducted to gather feedback and assessment from participants and trainers. The ultimate goal is to strengthen EU collaboration of professionals and deliver the training pack with a final validated version and at least 7 multimedia packages, including an evaluation report.

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