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Tapahtumat

Tervetuloa käyttämään uutta EPALE-kalenteria! Tämä työkalu on luotu ja otettu käyttöön sinua ajatellen. Kalenteriin kirjataan suurimmat aikuiskoulutuksen ammattilaisille suunnatut aikuiskoulutussektorin tapahtumat sekä koulutusmahdollisuudet ja konferenssit kaikkialla Euroopassa. EPALE-sivuston laajentuessa kalenteriin lisätään entistä enemmän tapahtumia.

Haluamme kuulla sinustakin. Sivuston käyttäjät voivat lähikuukausina ilmoittaa omat tapahtumansa ja tuoda ne yleiseen tietoisuuteen kaikkialla Euroopassa.

Kalenterin käyttäminen

Voit käyttää kalenteria alan tapahtumien etsimiseen ja halutessasi rajata haun maan, tapahtuman kielen, aiheen, päivämäärän, kohderyhmän tai tapahtumatyypin mukaan. Napsauttamalla kalenteriin kirjattua tapahtumaa saat siitä lisätietoja.

Kuten aina, haluamme kuulla mielipiteesi. Jos sinulla on kalenteria koskevia kysymyksiä tai ehdotuksia, ota meihin yhteyttä EPALE-tukipalvelun kautta tai twiittaa meille osoitteeseen @EPALE_EU.

Huom: Euroopan komissio ei ole vastuussa kalenteriin kirjatuista tapahtumista. Tutustumalla tapahtumaan ennakolta varmistat, että se vastaa tarpeitasi. Euroopan komissio ei vastaa EPALE-kalenteriin kirjattujen tapahtumien peruuntumisesta. Käyttäjiä kehotetaan käymään säännöllisesti tapahtumanjärjestäjien verkkosivuilla mahdollisten muutosten varalta.

Käytetyt suodattimet

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1 Nov
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