On 28-31 October, OLDER project partners held their first study visit in Lithuania and Latvia.
The first day kicked-off with a visit to the headquarters of Medardas Čobotas Third Age University in Vilnius, which is also the coordinating partner of the OLDER project. Guests had a chance to attend an English language lecture, engage with elderly students and teachers, and get to know traditional Lithuanian crafts and national costumes, worn by representatives from handicrafts faculty.
National policies and funding
On 28-31 October, OLDER project partners held their first study visit in Lithuania and Latvia.
Irish Aid's Development Education Grants 2020 Call is now open for Proposals.
Final Conference - "Financing of CSOs from Municipal Budgets"
The Assembly of the Posavina Canton adopted the Law on Adult Education on the 6th regular meeting held on October 2, 2019. Thus, the process of creating legal framework is completed in the last administrative unit responsible for adult education which now represents a base for development and further regulation of this field in entire Bosnia and Herzegovina.
"Fully Trained and Dedicated Teachers For A European School With Happy, Kind, Valued Children project" was implemented in our school between 01.08.2017 – 31.07.2019. Being part of a community affected by unemployment and poverty is a real challenge for teachers to achieve visible results with particular groups of students, therefore, the implementation of this project funded by the European Union Erasmus+ programme was a great opportunity for us.
The Norwegian government has proposed that the Norwegian counties should have a legal responsibility to run career centres that are free and open for all. The Government has launched the proposal on a consultation.
Applications for the Small Grants Round are being accepted online from 21stAugust – 12noon on 11th September 2019.
The Ireland Funds Small Grants Round supports a wide range of not-for-profit and community organisations in the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland.
To meet the challenges of the Norwegian labour market today and in the future, three pilots of module structured adult education are established. The training in these pilots is supposed to be flexible, effective and adapted to each participant’s needs. The participants get a valuation and a documentation after each module they have accomplished.
The sc. Operational Plan for active programs and measures for employment and labor market services for 2019 is a framework of the employment policies of the Republic of North Macedonia, defined by the Government, embedded in a series of other national strategic policy documents, and in line with international strategic agendas.
Cath Harcula adds to the series of blog posts exploring adult learning and workforce development, focusing on family learning. The family learning workforce is noted to have struggled to evidence the impact of their work and that it requires an evidence collecting and sharing model to enable the sector to grow. Cath will be delivering the process model at the EPALE UK and Learning & Work Institute joint annual conference on 23 October 2019.
EPALE approached Dare to Learn attendees with one question: what insight or idea will they be taking home from the event?
The summer is almost over. Are you disappointed? Or do you feel well rested and keen to face new challenges? I hope it’s the latter!
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.
In fifteen examples of educational measures and projects across the Nordic Region, the project partners have been looking at the sustainability the measures have shown over time. In cases where the measures are successful, the factors that have been successful are mapped out.
Following the last reform of ongoing vocational training, AFEST (Action for Workplace Learning) has become a teaching method in its own right. A formal training device, AFEST derives from precisely structured engineering. EPALE France has associated itself with the journal Education Permanente, issue No. 216 of which focuses on learning and training in the workplace, to propose a day of discussions and considerations of AFEST.
Felnőttképzők Szövetsége Szakmai Napot szervez annak érdekében, hogy a meghívott szakértők előadását meghallgatva a felnőttképzők hiteles forrásból tájékozódjanak az aktuális változásokról, fejlesztési irányokról és a forrásbevonási lehetőségekről.
Az FVSZ „Mi lesz veled felnőttképzés” elnevezésű rendezvény részletei:
Időpont: 2019. november 14., csütörtök 10:00-14:45
The Westminster Education Forum will be holding the policy conference on ‘improving provision for care leavers’ in London on Thursday 9th January 2020. The main aims of the event are to consider appropriate steps for improving provision for care leavers, introduce the Care Leaver Covenant, consider the implementation of local offers and funding opportunities, and to inspect the standard of existing support for care leavers. Tickets are priced at £230+VAT.
Soovid alustada tööd Noorteagentuuri koolitajana, kuid ei tea, millest alustada? Seminaril tutvustatakse, milliseid koolitustegevusi korraldame, kuidas algab koostöö Noorteagentuuriga ning milliseid täiendusõppe võimalusi koolitajatele pakume.
Seminaril tutvustavad Noorteagentuuri töötajad, millised koolitustegevusi 2020. aastal korraldame, kuidas Noorteagentuuriga koostööd alustada ning milliseid täiendusõppe võimalusi koolitajatele pakume.
The Access to Higher Education and Student Success Summit 2019: Joining the Dots will take place in London on 13 November 2019. The event will contemplate issues surrounding access and participation in HE and aim to offer solutions. The event is ideal for anyone working in HE who deals with access, participation and welfare, notably managers, officers and directors.
The team of the Institute for Strategic Research and Education (ISIE) was engaged by E4E@mk Project to conduct an analysis of the current situation and the challenges with a special focus on the legal framework, the resources and other processes and competences within the formal vocational education. The analysis is based on empirical research conducted in the period August - October 2018.
T his document presents the key findings and recommendations in relation to the financing of non-formal education and training in the Republic of North Macedonia that resulted from the empirical research conducted by the Institute for Strategic Research and Education – ISIE in the period December 2018 – March 2019, within the Education for Employment in North Macedonia Project (E4E@мк).
The study will result in an up-to-date picture of how Finland's main peer countries in matters of high technology have reacted to the upheaval that has taken place in work by organising the structures and funding of continuous learning.
This Law regulates the activity, governance, management, financing, supervision and other issues related to open civic universities for lifelong learning.
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.
The Scottish Funding Council has provided guidance for universities and colleges on funding for upskilling in 2019-2020. Those who will benefit most from using the resource include university / college heads and education leaders, senior university / college staff and those who work in further or higher education financial and funding teams.
This sheet can be used by a teacher or a team of teachers to take supplementary notes during the planning of a holistic course. Use this sheet to help yourself remember the most important considerations.
The visual scaffolding is meant as a tool for joint planning of a holistic course.
Holistic education is an approach towards developing educational courses and programmes within FGU whereby teaching is built up around complete wholes that are meaningful for the students to work with. As teachers within FGU, you all have ample experience planning instructive and motivating courses. This experience can now be brought into play in the planning of holistic courses across both general and vocational subjects.
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.
In Montenegro, other/additional qualifications are recognized by the Law on National Qualifications Framework. Following the consideration of concept of other qualifications, the Qualifications Council started classification of other/additional qualifications into Montenegrin Qualifications Framework.
Classification procedure is initiated by the submission of initiative for other/additional qualification which contains the following elements: