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Adult Education Erasmus+ Accreditation Project: First Mobility Activity is carried out

The first mobility activity of the "Erasmus+ Accreditation Project for Adult Education Personnel Mobility", which was organized within the scope of the Erasmus+ Accreditation that the Ministry of National Education General Directorate of Lifelong Learning gained between 2021-2027, was held in Madrid, Spain. Between 19-23 September 2022, 5-day long movement activity was held in an adult education institution called Cepa La Mesta which had an international experience in adult education.

In scope of the movement organized with the participants from Ministry of National Education, Ministry of Youth and Sport, Bartın University and Gazi University, literacy course for elderly people, second chance school at secondary level (open schools)  spanish language courses for foreigners, on the job training  about distance education systems for adults were organized. After the on-the-job trainings are completed, Mayor VillanuevaDeLaCanada was visited and obtained promises relating to future collaborations.

At the end of 5 days, all participants completed their trainings successfully and recieved certificate.

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