Smartphone Learning Opportunities to Promote Well-being in Young Employees

COVID-19 had a negative effect on people’s mental health and well-being, including on employed people. Additionally, several studies showcase high levels of workplace stress, anxiety and burnout targeting young employees.

The main goal of the BE WELL project is to address anxiety and mental health, as well as well-being, seeking to involve young people and companies with micro-learning well-being resources to support work-based learning programmes and promote workplace good health among businesses and Vocational Education and Training (VET) networks.

Target Audience
  • VET professionals
  • Young employees
  • Empregadores
  • Drafting of a 28-day personalised and interactive well-being planner and of a handbook with self-help resources for young employees.
  • Production of a Continuous Professional Development training on well-being for VET professionals.
  • Creation of a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) platform including all available resources for VET professionals, young employees and Human Resources (HR) managers.
  • Design of a library with 35 Open Educational Resources to support HR managers to understand and support workplace well-being needs of young employees.
  • Elaboration of a Policy and Practice Recommendation Report to support national and European public policies on well-being.
  • Mindshift Talent Advisory – Portugal
  • Soluciones Tecno-Professionales Consulting – Spain (coordinator)
  • Auxilium pro Regionibus Europae in Rebus Culturalibus – Austria
  • Acta Foundation – Bulgaria
  • Neophytos CH Charalambous (Institute of Development) – Cyprus
  • Dafni Kentro Epaggelmatikis Katartisis – Greece
  • Spectrum Research Centre – Ireland

01.09.2022 – 31.08.2024


ERASMUS+, Strategic partnership for development of innovation