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European Adult Education and Lifelong Learning – Introduction for younger staff as part of 4th Lifelong Learning Week

Postitaja Eva ALOS MELCHOR 4 aastat 11 kuud tagasi

Teisipäev 2 Detsember 2014 kuni Reede 5 Detsember 2014
Brussels
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Since 2011, European Association for the Education of Adults (EAEA) has organised an annual Grundtvig In-Service Training, "European Adult Education and Lifelong Learning – Introduction for younger staff" in Brussels, Belgium.

Põhikeel:
Sündmuse tüüp : 
Erialase arendamise üritus
Osavõtutasu: 
Jah
Registreerimistähtaeg: 
18/11/2014
Veebiüritus: 
Ei
Korraldaja: 
European Association for the Education of Adults
Kontaktandmed: 
Email tania.berman@eaea.org
Osalejate arv: 
< 100
Sihtrühm: 
Projektid ja partnerlused
Kaetud teema:
Eesmärgid: 
The objectives are to learn about European developments in adult education and lifelong learning, to understand advocacy work at European level, to exchange information and knowledge about each others´organisations and adult education backgrounds, to learn about the European Association for the Education of Adults( EAEA) and other key civil society organisations. The methodology of the trainings is mixed: part of the seminar, the participants will work self-directed, parts will consist of study visits, there will be discussions and working groups, participants will meet with representatives of European institutions, which will give them the opportunity to discuss developments with them, the training is also a launching pad for further training activities and networking and the feedback of participants about their needs and interests will be a crucial part of the training. As an outcome of past trainings, EAEA Younger Staff Network has been established. It will be extended in order to continue to be updated about European developments and form a group of young experts for EAEA but also their own organisations to tap into.
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