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EPALE podcast November 2018: The role of adult learning in career development

For EPALE's November focus on adult learning and career development, our Thematic Coordinators David Mallows, Gina Ebner, and Simon Broek, got together to discuss different questions on the topic

For EPALE's November focus on adult learning and career development, our Thematic Coordinators David Mallows, Gina Ebner, and Simon Broek, got together to discuss the following questions:

1. How do you see the relationship between adult learning and career development? How can we break this vicious circle and get those who need it the most more prominent in adult learning?

2. What needs to happen to create a learning culture within society and within companies?

We would like to invite you to join EPALE’s live discussion on the role of adult learning in helping career development.  The discussion will be in English and will take place on this page on 22 November 2018. It will be moderated by EPALE Thematic Coordinator David Mallows.

We hope to see you there!

 

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