ETBI participated in the final conference of the CITO project with input from a tutor and learner from Waterford and Wexford ETB sharing their experience of using the CITO Skills Checker App. The Check-in Take-off (CITO) web application is an easy-to-use online self-assessment application, which provides a positive experience for adults to explore their learning goals, recognise their existing skills and identify what skills they could develop. The CITO app is now available for use in Ireland, Malta and Norway.
To find out more about the CITO project and how how the CITO Skills Checker can be adapted for your own country or organisation, contact::
CITO Project team
Ailis Mardon-Egan, NALA
Zeta Dooly, WIT
Welcome and Project Overview
Project Research Findings
Skills Checker Design and Development
Skills Checker Demonstration
Skills Checker User Experience
Call to Action and Panel Discussion
CITO Project Overview
- Conference presentation by Dr Helen Murphy, Waterford Institute of Technology in Ireland. This presentation provides an overview and background for the Erasmus+ Check In, Take Off Project.
CITO Project Research
- Conference presentation from Dr Lucy Hearne and Sarah Bates-Evoy, Waterford Institute of Technology in Ireland. This presentation outlines the methodology and research findings for the CITO Project.
Communications Outreach Model and Toolkit
- Conference presentation from Ailis Mardon-Egan, Project Officer at the National Adult Literacy Agency in Ireland. This presentation outlines the design and development of a communications outreach model and toolkit for the local promotion and engagement of the CITO Skills Checker.
Keynote Speech - Futures of European Policies on Basic Skills
- Keynote conference presentation by Prof. Arne Carlsen.
Skills Checker Development - Design and Build Phase
- Conference presentation from Dr Ian O'Keeffe, Research Fellow and Technology Lead at Learnovate Centre, Trinity College Dublin. This presentation outlines the design and development process for the CITO Skills Checker.
Skills Checker Development - Research Phase
- Conference presentation from Elaine Cohalan, Innovation Manager at the National Adult Literacy Agency in Ireland. This presentation outlines the evidence informed approach taken to develop the CITO Skills Checker using national and international best practice.