Empathy. Assertiveness

The SkillHelp project aims to improve the soft skills of social assistance employees and to promote the empowerment of social workers, while emphasising the emotional and psychological aspects of the services they provide.

Our priorities


Create upskilling pathways, improve accessibility, and increase take-up of adult education, while ensuring high-quality learning opportunities for adults.


Enhance social workers' soft skills, and thereby raise the standards of the services they provide and strengthen their relationship with people at risk of social exclusion.


Raise awareness of the importance of social workers’ soft skills, as well as their training needs, promote their empowerment and improve their general wellbeing.


The need of the project

The SkillHelp project will enable social workers to develop themselves, which will translate into their well-being and better performance of their professional duties. The creation of a professional, multidimensional tool in the SkillHelp project will be one of the important elements of reducing the effects of the epidemic among employees of the social welfare system.

SkillHelp Newsletter #5

Over the last several months, the SkillHelp consortium has been fully committed to developing the second and third intellectual outputs of the project, consisting of the eLearning platform and the SkillHelp online course. Explore our fifth newsletter...


SkillHelp Newsletter #4

The SkillHelp consortium has made significant progress in project implementation over the last few months. Explore our 4th Newsletter to learn about our most recent developments, and keep an eye out for the upcoming eLearning platform, which...


SkillHelp Project Leaflet

The SkillHelp project dissemination partner, InnovED, has prepared the following leaflet that summarises the details of the project, including the members of the consortium, the main objectives, the results of the project and the target group...

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