This webinar will take place from 11am - 12pm CET (which is 12pm - 1pm GMT).
In this webinar Alex Stevenson (Learning and Work Institute) will present the Citizens’ Curriculum model developed in the UK and Nina Hjelt (Finnish Lifelong Learning Foundation) will tell us how the approach is adapted and used in Finland.
The Citizens’ Curriculum is an innovative, holistic approach to ensure everyone has the language, maths, digital, civic, health and financial capabilities they need. The approach is based on what motivates adults to learn, through giving learners a voice in co-designing curriculum content and careful contextualization, ensuring that people are learning skills which are relevant to their lives and their work.
This webinar is the second in a series of five Upskilling Pathways webinars. These webinars are connected to the three steps of the Upskilling Pathways (UP) initiative:
- Skills assessment
- Tailor-made learning offer
- Validation and recognition of skills
The webinars will present good practices of skills development in the UP-AEPRO-partner countries (Belgium, Finland, Iceland, Portugal, Sweden and the UK). Participants are invited to share their experiences in their own work context (country, organisation, project, daily work etc). The feedback will be used for bottom-up evaluation of the UP initiative. You can read more on the EAEA website.