Basic literacy and life-skills are general practical skills which are essential for our participation in the local community, for our integration into social life, for our employment, and basic skills also open the doors for us to acquire new specific skills and professional competences. Of course, we can find different definitions in different approaches, but their common feature is that basic skills include reading comprehension, literacy and numeracy skills, oral communication and digital skills, but also social skills which are increasingly emphasised among workplace expectations.
The project “BLUES: BLUe growth connects European Seas” is co-funded by the European Commission under Erasmus + – KA2 Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices
Migration can be an advantage when the fertility rates decline in Europe. Adult education is a key to integrating the adults, says anthropologist Björn Wallén.
EPALE's thematic focus from October to December is on adult learning at the workplace
The pace of change in the world is already so fast that nobody can avoid lifelong learning.