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Event Details
23 Feb
2015

Adult Learners' Festival and Adult Learning Star Awards

Ireland
Dublin
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The Adult Learners' Festival is a nationwide celebration of adult learning coordinated by the National Adult Learning Organisation (AONTAS). In the last eight years, the Festival has become a firm fixture on the adult learning calendar with events taking place nationwide, including anything from information sessions, taster workshops, sample lectures to small gatherings of people who love to learn.  The Showcasing Teamwork, Awarding Recognition (STAR) Awards are an awards initiative coordinated by AONTAS as part of the annual Adult Learners' Festival to acknowledge the fantastic work undertaken by adult learning projects throughout Ireland. The awards celebrate the positive contribution that these projects make to our society, our economy and our local communities. 9 awards in total will be granted to adult learning projects based within the island of Ireland. 

Event Details
Status
As planned
Event type
Conference
Organiser type
Other event
Organiser name
The National Adult Learning Organisation (AONTAS)
Contact details
Tel: (+353 1) 406 8220/1 Email: mail@aontas.com
Number of delegates
> 200
Target group
Adult learning networks & organisations
Projects & partnerships
Policy makers
Media professionals
Theme addressed
Aims and objectives
The Adult Learners' Festival is all about celebrating adult learning and the achievements of adult learners; showcasing the work of adult education providers; promoting the work of AONTAS and the adult education sector and ensuring that adult education is placed firmly on the political agenda.
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