Dear EPALE community,
I would like to inform you that we have successfully started our Erasmus+ project (ID: 2019-1-SK01-KA204-060805). The aim of the project is to improve the quality of adult education in career counseling, the development of talent and soft-skills of the unemployed, in order to find better employment and satisfaction in their lives. Moreover, this project will also help career advisors to use new tool in their consultancy.
Dear EPALE community,
We got an amazing experience to be invited to the EPALE Conference 2019. We gained new knowledge, information regarding the adult learning, also about how to use the platform and how we will be able to leverage it in the future.
We also got an opportunity to share our experiences with EPALE platform. As we are starting now our Erasmus Plus projects, we will be even more aware of all great features, which is offering EPALE for project implementation and dissemination.
Thank you again team EPALE, EPALE Slovakia, we really appreciate to get this opportunity.
After two years of continuous work, our Erasmus+ strategic partnership "Languages, Opening Gates to Society" (LOGS) has finished. Four organizations from four different European countries were involved:
- The Finnish Folk High School, Gothenburg, Sweden (coordinator)
- CFA Catalonia, L’Hospitalet de Llobregat, Spain (partner)
- Jazyková škola Poprad, Czech republic (partner)
- Tartu Folk High School, Tartu, Estonia (partner)
The objectives of projects were:
The Connected Care of Older Adults training programme - developed for formal and informal caregivers – consists of the following modules:
Module 1: Digital skills for caregivers
Module 2: Active and healthy ageing
Module 3: Assistive technologies
Module 4: Virtual communities
For the online course a multilingual e-learning environment was implemented, in which standard e-learning course components (core content, glossaries, self-assessment tools, assignments, quizzes) and web 2.0 tools facilitating constructive learning were combined.
Every new school year brings emotions for students when they take into consideration the initial tests and evaluation.
The Estonian Euroguidance Centre has the pleasure to invite teachers and the wider European Guidance Community across Europe to a WEBINAR, where our experts – Ms. Maria Tiidus and Ms. Jelizaveta Dulberg – will introduce some new cross-media tools; showcasing the latest experiences on addressing gender equality in career guidance.
At the end of the summer of 2019, the DIAL project comes to an end presenting not only the expected but also fruitful results with added value. The team has developed an active and demanded teaching platform, has organized pilot tests and actual trainings with the main target groups of the project. Furthermore, the project’s leading partner follows the example and makes first steps towards Senior University in Latvia.
EduCare is an online training course provider that delivers a Safeguarding Adults training course for those who work with vulnerable adults and adults at risk. The course can be purchased as part of wider business or healthcare packages and organisations can benefit from multi-buy discount pricing.
How can we shape digital transformation in adult learning and continuing education institutions? The learning architecture of social blended learning formats can help learners work on their own problems and find (digital) solutions
COMPe4Mi Project (Tools for professionals to assess and develop migrants’ competences)
“Four elements”, an Erasmus K2 project is a study about the material side of four elements -earth, water, fire, air- and imagery attached to them. Project partners from six European countries are being interested in the collective common representations behind the four elements as they appear in myths, legends and tales.
At Southern Regional College (SRC), we have spent decades building on what came before and bring that experience forward to meet the challenges of the present. An international two-year partnership with several other EU countries allowed for the development of an online equality and diversity programme supporting migrant, refugee and asylum seeker communities.
EPALE UK are pleased to announce that the winner of our first ever Star Supporter Photo Competition is […]! Read on to learn more about the different entries, how they all demonstrate an impact on adult learning and to view a video slideshow of the entries.
Equal opportunities for social participation—the central objective of publicly-funded adult learning—are essential in the area of digitalisation, too. General adult learning can be a strong partner for improving life skills in a digitalised world. Read how the German National Strategy for Continuing Education aims to reach this target in this blog post.
Tým EBSN EPALE s radostí oznamuje zahájení svého druhého a třetího on-line kurzu pro tvůrce politik, odborníky a další profesionály, kteří se zabývají nastavováním politik pro podporu základních dovedností a v současné době zavádějí doporučení daná programem Upskilling Pathways. Nabízené MOOC kurzy se věnují politické úrovni poskytování podpory základním dovednostem v kontextu programu Upskilling Pathways.
This event will explore how technology can be of use within education and in particular for inclusive education. While the event will focus on the use of technology within the adult education sector, it will be of relevance to all educational sectors.
Date: Wednesday, 16 October 2019
Time: 09:30 – 16:00
Venue: Trinity Business School (Tangent), Luce Hall, Pearce Street, D02 H308 Dublin 2
El equipo EBSN-PALE ha anunciado dos próximos debates en línea durante la segunda semana de octubre, dentro del marco de actuación ‘Capacity Building Series’.
El primer debate será Workplace basic skills learning (El aprendizaje de habilidades básicas en el lugar de trabajo), del 7 de octubre (12:00) al 8 de octubre (17:00).
El segundo debate es sobre Family literacy interventions: policy and practice (Intervenciones de alfabetización familiar), del 9 de octubre (12:00) al 10 de octubre (17:00).
Yrkesnorsk.no is a web page for adult refugees and immigrants. These learning resources are developed for the adult education centre in Skien by Lina Vikre Skifjeld, Stine Hansen Bakkebø and Hanne Bakken Bjørnstad.
The Education and Training Foundation (ETF) has launched a toolkit that can be used to utilise students’ digital capabilities to support teaching, learning and assessment. Both the toolkit and a report that details the researcher’s findings can be downloaded from the ETF Excellence Gateway website.
It is a multilingual Learning Management System developed with the aim to equip learners with knowledge, abilities and skills that allow them to enter the entrepreneurial world, via Industry 4.0 and Drone Technology, in order to yield the related opportunities. It includes a course, trainer guidelines, evaluation tools and e-learning platform.
Technology Skills 2022: Ireland’s Third ICT Skills Action Plan sets out priority actions to meet Ireland’s needs for graduates skilled in computing and electronic and electrical engineering to support and drive economic performance over the coming years.
The plan is informed by research conducted by the Expert Group on Future Skills Needs (EGFSN). The ambitious targets in the plan will increase the total number of graduates with high-level ICT skills by more than 5,000 every year by 2022.
This is an Erasmus+ funded project which aims to design and implement effective training tools for enhancing key skills and competences of (a) highly-skilled refugees and (b) the language teachers who work with them, and so enhance the employability and societal integration of skilled refugees.
This Digital Curator Toolkit aims to support people to use the knowledge in stories of lived experience to create positive change and impact within their communities. It covers the same topics as the Our Voices Digital Curator Training Programme.
Capita and Education Technology Magazine have collaborated to produce a 45-minute webinar that considers how educational institutions and organisations can drive value from data in further education. The webinar is an ideal resource for those working in the FE sector, particularly those at colleges and education centres and those working with FE data.Capita and Education Technology Magazine have collaborated to produce a 45-minute webinar that considers how educational institutions and organisations can drive value from data in further education. The webinar is an ideal resource for those working in the FE sector, particularly those at colleges and education centres and those working with FE data.
Learn How Students and Academics Say Online Education Is Changing with All-New Data About: How Career Goals Drive Decisions, How Schools Invest in Online Programs, Online Students' Biggest Challenges and Changes in Demand for Online Education.
This presentation, from An Cosán VCC's Community Partner Forum, addresses the theme of "The Role of Technology in Shaping the Future of Education and Work" and documents Southend Family Resource Centre and its members' journey since joining An Cosán VCC.
Share your stories, tips, case studies and good practice examples in the comments below between 25-28 February and help to inspire adult learning professionals across Europe.