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6 Dec
2016

EAEA: EAEA Younger Staff Training 2016

Belgium
Bruselas
to

Del 6 al 9 de diciembre  la Asociación europea de la Educación de Adultos (EAEA), organiza “Younger Staff Training (YST)”. Los objetivos de estas prácticas son:

  • Aprender sobre el desarrollo europeo en el aprendizaje a lo largo de la vida en educación de adultos;
  • Comprender el labor de promoción a nivel europeo;
  • Intercambiar información y  conocimientos sobre sus organizaciones y sobre los antecedentes de la educación de adultos;
  • Aprender sobre EAEA y otras organizaciones clave de la sociedad civil.

 

Para más información sobre precios, requisitos, documentos de solicitud, fechas, etc., consulte el siguiente enlace:

http://www.eaea.org/en/home/events/training-eaea-younger-staff-training-2016.html

Event Details
Status
As planned
Event type
Professional development event
Organiser name
European Association for the Education of Adults (EAEA)
Attending fee
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