We are at the start of a revolution in how adults access and use learning opportunities in the workplace. In this article, the second of two blog posts on digital learning in the workplace, EPALE thematic coordinator Andrew McCoshan looks at the challenges it presents for practitioners in the sector.
Thinking of joining one of the educational programmes provided by the European Commission? Consider availing yourself of the funding available through the European Union Programmes Agency (EUPA).
On 23 October 2019, EPALE UK and the Learning & Work Institute (European Agenda for Adult Learning) held a joint conference in London. I attended the workshop which presented the experience of Belfast in becoming a UNESCO Learning City with a specific focus on tackling inequalities, especially around health and wellbeing. Core to the work and future development is connectivity – linking globally, locally and across sectors/disciplines. This point was taken up by the second speaker who looked at the development needs of the adult learning workforce and how these should be linked to those of related disciplines.
The Erasmus+ KA2 Strategic Partnership Cross Borders Project has come to a close and now is the time to celebrate all the wonderful achievements of a project that places the experiences of refugees and migrants, and their education providers at its heart! The project has overseen the development and production of a range of educational resources, case studies, informative videos and reports, the links to which are provided in the blog post.