RISKREAL aims to provide specific tools for the evaluation and acquisition of psychosocial skills and competences needed in low qualification jobs of some industry sectors such as wind power energy, metallic manufacturing or moulding fabrication, and other similar positions in which psychosocial occupational hazards related with emergency management occur.  

The provided training will complement the current certified technical training to contribute to the employability, health and quality of life of the workers as well as the competitiveness of the companies.


The main intellectual outputs are:

IO 1

A gamified app to evaluate the attitudes and skills detected as relevant, as well as to elaborate on different profiles, in order to adapt the training to the specific characteristics of the individuals.

IO 2

Theoretical training modules, to be available in digital platforms oriented to psychosocial capacitation and coaching.

IO 3

A Virtual Reality Simulator to prepare potential workers in specific situations or to reproduce work conditions to better train and reinforce the contents defined in the curriculum (IO2).


The target groups in the project are:

  • Individuals in vulnerable groups due to their social, economic, or educational background
  • Workers with low qualification profiles, interested in improving their skills with regards to psychosocial management
  • Private companies looking for workforce, in particular for low qualified profiles, as well as companies providing training for the referred sectors
  • Human resources professionals, NGO trainers, and psychology professionals will benefit from resources and training framework

Policy makers and occupational health authorities will be involved in the activities foreseen to validate and/or disseminate the project outputs.

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