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European policies projects and funding

Birmingham City Council is accepting applications for grants to the value of £2,250 that will enable the receivers to deliver English language acquisition activities over a period of twelve months with refugees and migrants. There are two funding rounds, the first ending on 30 September 2019 and the second ending on 31 October 2019.

Trainings for the staff of started on 31 October 2018, General Directorate for Lifelong learning and ended on 15 March 2019 in the context of the Project called European Agenda for Adult Learning, implemented by Ministry of National Education. Trainings were provided in 7 pilot provinces (Malatya, Mardin, Manisa, Eskişehir, Bursa, Ordu, and Hatay) for the staff working in 81 Provincial Directorates of Supervised Freedom Directorates who gives guidance to supervised freedom convicts and ex-convicts.

Do you work with young adults? Help them gain skills and experience through volunteering projects Do you have a project idea that can inspire young adults to make a difference through volunteering and are looking for accessible funding? Many organisations are already taking part in the European Solidarity Corps funding programme to enhance the prospects of their students through Volunteering Projects. Apply now for funding by 1st October 2019 to get involved!

Trainings for trainers working at Public Education Centers of MoNE was completed in 7 pilot provinces (Eskişehir, Malatya, Bursa Ordu, Hatay, Manisa, , Mardin) between the dates 20 February 2018 and 4 May 2018. The trainings were conducted in the scope of European Agenda for Adult Learning -4 Project which is implemented by Directorate-General for Lifelong Learning of MoNE and financed by EU, aiming to improve the basic skills of adults, especially ex-convicts and supervised freedom convicts, and raise awareness for their employability, besides setting up an institutional cooperation in line with the aim.

Although creativity and innovation are considered one of the key driving forces in modern economies, to date there have been few approaches concerning creativity and innovation management. There are also very few educational approaches applied at the interface of continuing education, institutes of higher education and business that systematically promote these skills and competencies.

Erasmus+ Certified Digital Accessibility Training project started in September 2018 in order to meet the specifications of the European legislation,  Directive (EU) 2016/2102 on the accessibility of the websites and mobile applications of public sector bodies, which directs that all websites and mobile apps of public sector need to be accessible to all by the year 2020. The project includes 6 partnering organizations from four participating European countries: Slovenia, Poland, Greece, and Spain.
6 September 2019
by MARTA MUÑOZ
(es)
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On the summer of 2017 we discovered with joy that our Erasmus+ KA1 project, for which we had applied several months earlier, had been accepted. We took our time to get everything ready while talking to Partner institutions and looking for training courses, and it wasn’t until summer of 2018 that we started an experience that forever changed our views on education and European citizenship.
5 September 2019
by Ibone Elorriaga Urra
(es)

Ruth Baker is EU Project Officer with Ballymun Job Centre in Ballymun, Dublin 11. The Centre uses Erasmus+ Vocational Education and Training funding to collaborate with European partners.  Their projects focus on Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices. In this blog Ruth talks about the challenges and benefits of working on these Erasmus+ VET KA2 Strategic Partnership projects.

23 August 2019
by Laura Austen-Gray
(en)

A small team is the most important unit in working life. One needs many kinds of skills when working with different colleagues towards a common goal. Communications must be smooth. Everyone must be able to manage their own performance and some must also manage others. What kinds of skills are needed in this and how can one develop them?

The European Pillar of Social Rights states a commitment to building a fair and more social Europe, and sets out key principles for social policy across member states. Denise Shannon of Léargas team reflects on the European Pillar of Social Rights and looks at what it means for education in general, and Erasmus+ in particular. This blog post is adatped from an an article originally published for Léargas, Ireland's National Agency for Erasmus+.

Thursday 26 September 2019, Estonia

LÄVENDIPÕHISE HINDAMISE JA TÄKSI TEABEPÄEV

Toimumiskoht: Park Inn by Radisson Meriton Conference & Spa Hotel Tallinn (Tammsaare ruum, 7. korrus)

Päevakava:

10.30–11.00 Saabumine, kohv, tee

11.00–11.10 Täienduskoolituse valdkonna olulisusest ja kvaliteedi hindamise vajalikkusest, Terje Haidak, Haridus- ja Teadusministeerium

11.10–11.20 Töötukassa koolituskaardi partnerite hindamise vajadusest, Reelika Leetmaa, Eesti Töötukassa

11.20–12.30 Lävendipõhine hindamine, Kaija Kumpas-Lenk, Eesti Kõrg- ja Kutsehariduse Kvaliteediagentuur

Friday 13 September 2019 to Friday 27 September 2019, United Kingdom

European Solidarity Corps Open Online Course

The European Solidarity Corps is launching a new Open Online Course that will allow people to learn about the ESC programme, have discussions with other learners and share good practice. The course is facilitated from 13 September 2019 till 27 September 2019. Thereafter the videos will be available to view on the ESC UK YouTube Channel. 

Friday 6 September 2019, Serbia

Конференција „Развијање кључних компетенција путем eTwinning пројеката”

Годишња eTwinning конференција ”Развијање кључних компетенција путем eTwinning пројеката”, чији је циљ упознавање учесника/ца са кључним компетенцијама на европском нивоу и ефикасним начинима њихових развијања код ученика кроз пројектну наставу, биће одржана 6. септембра 2019. године у Београду.

 

Friday 13 September 2019 to Tuesday 17 September 2019, Bulgaria

През септември в София ще се състои Европейския конкурс за млади учени EUCYS 2019

България ще бъде домакин на Европейския конкурс за млади учени EUCYS 2019, който се провежда ежегодно от 1989 г., с финансовата подкрепа на Европейската комисия. Изборът страната ни да бъде организатор на 31-вото издание на научния форум, е резултат от ползотворната работа на България по време на председателство й на Съвета на Европейския съюз. Тази година се отбелязват рекорден брой заявки за участие. Над 150 участници от 40 държави ще представят 100 проекта между 13-ти и 18-ти септември в София.

Wednesday 30 October 2019, France

Rencontre thématique EPALE / Tiers-lieux apprenants

Comment favoriser la montée en compétences des utilisateurs des tiers-lieux ? la formation entre pairs ? développer des modes d’apprentissage innovants ancrés dans le territoire ?

Ces questions seront au coeur de la prochaine rencontre EPALE France. Elle réunira des formateurs, des enseignants-chercheurs, des coordinateurs de tiers-lieux, des usagers, de porteurs de projets Erasmus+... issus de France et d'Europe.

Programme de la journée et lien pour s'inscrire bientôt en ligne

Monday 21 October 2019 to Wednesday 23 October 2019, Ireland

Myth busting European Project Management for VET Mobility

Léargas are hosting a Myth busting European Project Management for VET Mobility. This thematic Contact Making Seminar aims to promote Erasmus+ quality project management in Irish and European VET organisations, share ideas and good practice from peers on what works well and what steps are involved in a good proj

Friday 15 November 2019, Germany

Kommunen sagen Ja zu Europa - Forum für Austausch, Begegnung und Vernetzung 2019

Wie kann grenzübergreifende Partnerschaftsarbeit zwischen Städten und Gemeinden und kommunalen Bildungseinrichtungen weiterentwickelt und nachhaltig gestaltet werden? Die Tagung "Kommunen sagen Ja zu Europa – Forum für Austausch, Begegnung und Vernetzung 2019" will Antworten geben.

Tuesday 24 September 2019 to Wednesday 25 September 2019, Slovenia

Regijska konferenca EPALE in zaključna konferenca EPUO

Center Republike Slovenije za mobilnost in evropske programe izobraževanja in usposabljanja (CMEPIUS) v vlogi Nacionalne podporne službe EPALE Slovenija in Andragoški center Republike Slovenije (ACS), nacionalni koordinator projekta EPUO, vabita na regijsko konferenco EPALE in zaključno konferenco projekta EPUO. Dvodnevni dogodek predstavlja sinergijo dveh procesov, ki ju je na področju izobraževanja odraslih sprožila Evropska komisija in se uresničujeta v regiji.

Tuesday 8 October 2019 to Friday 11 October 2019, Poland

International TCA Seminar: Key competences for adults in cultural institutions

The Erasmus+ Transnational Cooperation Activities team is organising the International TCA Seminar: Key competences for adults in cultural institutions event in Warsaw in October. Those interested in participating should endeavour to book a place as soon as possible. 

Field research on the employment of ex-convicts and probationers

Surveys were carried out with 8,243 employers active across 81 provinces of Turkey and 1,890 ex-convicts and probationers as part of the "European Agenda for Adult Learning 4" project carried out within the Ministry of National Education General Directorate for Life Long Learning with backing by the European Union. The main purpose of these surveys is to determine the issues regarding the employment of ex-convicts and probationers in Turkey, and to reveal the views of these people and as well as employers on this topic.

The MATCHSI Toolkit was developed to help those hoping to gain work experience to match with an ideal host company, ensuring that learning is appropriately targeted and useful. The project brought together partners from seven EU countries. The Toolkit and accompanying resources can be downloaded.

A case study for Erasmus+ project Migrants and Refugees as Re-builders, which describes the experience of an adult educator working with migrants and refugees in Sweden. It explores the challenges faced by migrant learners, the approaches educators can use to address these challenges and how they can support inclusion. The project team has created print and online materials to generate meaningful conversations between educators, learners, policy-makers and stakeholders, as well as a curriculum, self-assessment framework and a set of indicators for analysing someone's engagement with society.

EAEA (European Adult Education Association) on UP-AEPRO -hankkeessa kehittänyt verkkokurssin aikuiskouluttajille ja muille aikuiskoulutuksen parissa työskenteleville. Tavoitteena on lisätä aikuiskoulutuskentän osaamista komission "Aikuisten taitojen parantamisen polut" (Upskilling Pathways) -aloitteesta ja elinikäisen oppimisen toimintapolitiikasta EU-tasolla.

Join the next High-level Political Forum (HLPF) under the 74th Session of the General Assembly!
The Next 24-25 september, 2019 in New Your, professionals and institutions are going to propose solutions to accelerate the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

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 PowerPoint is from the 17th EPEA (European Prison Education Association) Conference, which took place in Dublin 12-16th of June. In it Alan Smith explores the EU's interaction with prison education throughout its existence, as well as gathering together links to relevant EU policy, reports and actions. 

The OBADE project: Open Badges and Adult Education is an Erasmus+ project, which was successfully concluded in May 2019.  Within the framework of OBADE, 7 partners from six European countries have explored the possibilities for implementing digital badges as a tool for recognizing non-formal adult knowledge. 

The European Commission has recently published a new synthesis report on the current situation of national adult learning policies and systems across the EU-28. The report brings together findings fron a set of full country reports updated in 2017. The link for the full country report for the UK and a brief of its content can be found here.

This synthesis report considers the current situation of national adult learning policies and systems across the EU-28. The report brings together the findings from a set of country reports that were previously completed for each Member State by a set of country experts. The report reflects on the complex adult learning policy and financing frameworks, national targets and interventions, as well as their strengths and weaknesses and the reforms that are needed in the systems that are in place in Member States. 

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As a follow-up to our discussion on the needs of adult learning support from the EU, we would like you to share your opinion on any of the topics below. Engage with your peers from across Europe in this online discussion moderated by EPALE Thematic Coordinator Markus Palmen.