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E+ survey participants – more focus on adult learning

27/01/2017
Language: EN

The Lifelong Learning Platform have published their 2016 Erasmus+ Implementation Survey Results.

The 2016 Erasmus+ Implementation Survey provides an evaluation based on direct feedback from E+ beneficiaries. The survey outlines what works well, and what areas can be improved.

The E+ survey provides a breakdown of the respondents’ profiles, their opinion about the programme, project applications, relations with national agencies and EACEA, creating partnerships and reporting.

Regarding adult learning, respondents think that it is not emphasised enough in the programme. They have also pointed out that language is a common hindrance for the participation of VET students. Additionally, some respondents thought that the general nature of the priorities seem to hinder activities that deal with non-formal education. Survey participants said that there should be further emphasis on the lifelong learning approach.

The full survey results are available in EPALE’s Resource Centre.

Source: Lifelong Learning Platform

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