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Upskilling Pathways: EPALE UK 2019 Video Interviews

A collection of interviews from the Upskilling Pathways: Implications for the Adult Learning Workforce 2019 conference. This event was delivered jointly by EPALE UK and the Learning & Work Institute as part of their role as UK National Coordinator for the European Agenda for Adult Learning (EAAL). 


The Upskilling Pathways: Implications for the Adult Learning Workforce 2019 conference took place on 23 October 2019 in London. It was run as part of the Learning & Work Institute’s role as UK National Coordinator for the European Agenda for Adult Learning (EAAL) and delivered jointly with EPALE UK.

During the conference, EPALE UK conducted a series of interviews with adult education providers and professionals from across the UK. 

Click on the interactive table below to access this unique collection of video interviews that were filmed during the conference. In the videos, adult learning professionals from England, Wales, Northern Ireland, and Scotland introduce their organisation, reflect on the support that the adult learning work force needs, and discuss how EPALE can support its UK community in addressing key issues. 

Dr Marion Allison

Learning and Development Standards Council Scotland


Ian Borkett



Dr Ben Charles

Global Learning and Skills Partnership

Stephen Evans

Learning & Work Institute

Danny Power

Belfast Strategic Partnership Lifelong Learning Group

Dafydd Rhys

Addysg Oedolion Cymru | Adult Learning Wales


You can also watch our #ProfessionalPathways video to see how EPALE UK and the Learning & Work Institute facilitated meaningful discussions on workforce development and adult learning during our joint annual conference.




These interviews were filmed and collated by the EPALE National Support Services in the UK.




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EPALE UK and L&WI (EAAL) Annual Conference 2019 presentations

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