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22 Oct
2015

Strokovni posvet »Izobraževalni izzivi Ljubljanske urbane regije«

Slovenia
Ljubljana
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Katere izobraževalne vsebine bodo v naslednjih letih potrebne v izobraževanju odraslih v Ljubljanski regiji? Iščete odgovore na to vprašanje?

Udeležite se posveta, ki bo v četrtek, 22. 10. 2015, v Knjižnici Bežigrad od 10.00 do 13.00, in je namenjen vsem izobraževalcem odraslim, ki jih zanima razvoj v izobraževanju odraslih. Posebna pozornost bo namenjena ranljivim skupinam: zaposleni nad 45 let z največ peto stopnjo izobrazbe, brezposelni nad 50 let z največ peto stopnjo izobrazbe, migranti, manj izobraženi odrasli, osipniki in starejši od 65 let.

Izhodišče posveta sta Resolucija o nacionalnem programu izobraževanja odraslih za obdobje 2013–2020 in Regionalni razvojni program Ljubljanske urbane regije 2014–2020. Poleg dela z izbranimi ranljivimi skupinami bodo na posvetu v ospredju tudi premisleki o novih vsebinah izobraževanja odraslih v regiji za te skupine.

Celotni program si lahko ogledate tukaj.

Na posvet se prijavite s spletno prijavo do 20.oktobra 2015.

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Event Details
Status
As planned
Event type
Professional development event
Organiser name
CDI Univerzum - Svetovalno središče Ljubljana
Contact details
CDI Univerzum Grošljeva ul. 4, 1000 Ljubljana;tel.: 01/583-92-70; info@cdi-univerzum.si
Target group
Academics, students, researchers in andragogy
Adult learning networks & organisations
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