The Re.Ma training course, part of the Erasmus+ project, recently concluded with participants from the Czech Republic, Greece, and Germany providing feedback on their experiences. This article summarizes the key findings from the combined training report, highlighting areas of strength and opportunities for improvement in future iterations of the program.

Diverse Participants, Unified Praise

The training attracted a broad demographic, with significant representation from the 45-54 and 55-64 age groups, including self-employed individuals, private company employees, and government workers. This diversity offered a rich variety of perspectives on the training materials, which were generally well-received across the board.

Participants commended the course for its comprehensive content and practical relevance. In the Czech Republic, attendees appreciated the intuitiveness of the material and requested additional examples of technical infrastructure. Greek participants lauded the structured curriculum and its relevance, while calling for more consistent delivery of practical knowledge. In Germany, the material was praised for its clarity and practical implications, though opinions varied on its transformative impact on professional behaviors.

Quantitative Feedback Highlights

The feedback was largely positive, with high satisfaction rates regarding the subjects presented and the quality of content. Most participants rated these aspects as “Excellent” or “Very Good.” The course generally met participants’ expectations, though there was a noted need for more hands-on examples and practical applications across all regions.

Constructive Critiques and Recommendations

While the training was well-received, participants identified areas for improvement, specifically the need for more real-world examples and a greater focus on material that could transform professional mindsets and behaviors. Based on this feedback, the report recommends incorporating more case studies related to technical infrastructure, focusing on material with the potential to change thinking and actions, and maintaining clarity and user-friendliness in content creation. Additionally, it suggests considering the diverse backgrounds of participants when developing training materials.

A Roadmap for Future Training

The insights provided by participants from the Czech Republic, Greece, and Germany offer valuable guidance for enhancing the Re.Ma training course. By integrating more practical examples, focusing on transformative content, and maintaining clarity and relevance, the program can continue to evolve to meet the diverse needs of its audience. The commitment to continuous improvement will ensure that the training remains a valuable resource for professionals across Europe.


The combined training report serves as a testament to the success of the Re.Ma course while providing a clear path for its further development. By addressing the feedback from participants, the training can become an even more effective tool for professional growth and development across the continent.


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