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EPALE - e-Platforma za obrazovanje odraslih u Europi

Poduzetništvo i zapošljavanje

Resursi

| 7 Veljača 2017
| po Justyna Bednarz
Seria Badań Umiejętności OECD ma na celu zapewnienie strategicznego podejścia do polityki umiejętności. OECD przedstawia porównywalne wskaźniki i analizy polityk obejmujące takie zagadnienia jak: jakość kształcenia i programów nauczania; przejście ze szkoły do pracy; kształcenie i szkolenie zawodowe (VET); zatrudnienie i bezrobocie; innowacyjne uczenie się w miejscu pracy; przedsiębiorczość; drenaż mózgów i migrantów; i dopasowanie umiejętności do potrzeb rynku pracy.
Utorak 4 Srpanj 2017 to Petak 7 Srpanj 2017, Netherlands

Managing the EU Policy Cycle: A Comprehensive 4-Day Course on EU Decision-Making in Practice, Maastricht (NL), 4-7 July 2017

This course will help you master the core EU policy cycle. EIPA experts will explain how things work in the processes of agenda setting, policy formulation, decision-making, implementation and evaluation at EU level. You will go through a combination of presentations, practical exercises and simulations, as well as guided discussions with European affairs practitioners who will share their insights and experience. By the end of this course, you will have an in-depth understanding of: • the particular challenges posed in the different phases of EU policy-making; • how you can try to shape EU decisions most effectively at each stage; • current issues and trends in EU policy-making which will affect your work.
Utorak 20 lipnja 2017 to Srijeda 21 lipnja 2017, Netherlands

Improving Public Sector Performance in the 21st Century, Maastricht (NL), 20-21 June 2017

This seminar challenges conventional thinking about managing public sector performance, including current methods of setting objectives, Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) and targets and managing performance. After the seminar, you will better understand: • mistakes often made in setting KPIs and targets, and using them to manage performance; • how public sector bodies can improve performance by the way they set KPIs and targets for them; • how KPI outcomes should be used to improve future performance.
Ponedjeljak 29 Svibanj 2017 to Srijeda 31 Svibanj 2017, Netherlands

Integrity in Public Administration, Maastricht (NL), 29-31 May 2017

This is an advanced course on how to apply an integrity strategy in a public organisation and its policy. The current domestic conditions regarding anti-corruption will be the starting point. The interactive training will provide values, tools and strategic thinking related to successful transition programmes for value-driven organisations. The course will connect the domestic state of affairs and experiences with new insights into modern and international policies on integrity. The course will review the various cornerstones of integrity and how to integrate ethics into structure and culture. Political and cultural resistance are facts that we have to take into account. The course will pay attention to dealing with them. Building good governance requires teamwork. The course will contribute to an international network.
Četvrtak 11 Svibanj 2017 to Petak 12 Svibanj 2017, Netherlands

Competitive Dialogue and Negotiated Procedures Masterclass, Maastricht (NL), 11-12 May 2017

Who will most benefit? This Master Class is intended for policy-makers, public officials from national and sub-national administrations and other bodies awarding public contracts in EU Member States, candidate countries and beyond, from European institutions and organisations, and from international organisations based in the EU and for their professional advisers. It will particularly benefit those with a good understanding of public procurement issues who wish to improve their knowledge/skills in competitive dialogue and negotiated procedures and who wish discuss practical issues relevant to procurements in progress/about to be launched. What is this course about? Competitive dialogue and negotiated procedures are difficult to implement effectively but are essential for complex infrastructure projects and to modernise public services in the current fiscal climate. In the 2014 Public Procurement Directives competitive dialogue and the new competitive procedure with negotiation are easier to justify and thus likely to be more frequently used. There are also new rules for competitive dialogue and the procedural rules for the competitive procedure with negotiation are more detailed than the former rules of the negotiated procedure with prior publication. Competitive dialogue has also been introduced as an available procedure in the utilities sectors in Directive 2014/25/EU. The many practical questions about the effective implementation of these procedures include, for example: When is competitive dialogue a better procurement route than the restricted procedure or the competitive procedure with negotiation? What justification will be needed for the use of competitive dialogue or the competitive procedure with negotiation in the new directives? What do awarding bodies need to do to plan the effective use of these procedures? How can awarding bodies best use the flexibility which the procedures provide? Experience shows that not all methods of using competitive dialogue and negotiated procedures have so far been equally effective in promoting value for money for the public sector, and objective advice on when and how to use these procedures is hard to find. This master class will give you the opportunity to receive advice on your specific issues from our experts and to share the experience of others in the public sector. Participants will receive a copy of the recent EIPA book ‘Competitive Dialogue and Negotiated Procedures – A Practical Guide’ (2nd edition), written by Michael Burnett and Martin Oder. How will it help you? The approach is based on a high degree of interactive discussion of practical issues faced by participants, allowing for maximum possible attention to individual cases. Numbers are limited to a maximum of 20 participants to facilitate discussion and maximise learning benefits.
Četvrtak 4 Svibanj 2017 to Petak 5 Svibanj 2017, Belgium

EU Economic Governance, Brussels (BE), 4-5 May 2017

What is this course about? This course will help you understand the economic governance in the Economic and Monetary Union (EMU). You will discuss the functioning of the European semester, fiscal and macro-economic surveillance, coordination of economic policies with the Europe 2020 and financial stability. You will have also an understanding of the future of the EMU. The first day will discuss the functioning of the European semester, the mechanisms of surveillance of fiscal and macro-economic imbalances, and go into the details of legislative packages of 6-pack and 2-pack, and the Treaty on Stability, Coordination and Governance in the EMU (TSCG), the Compact for Growth and Jobs, etc. It also includes a workshop on the Alert Mechanism Report/IDR reviews and on Country Specific Recommendations. The afternoon will be dedicated to the future of the EMU with a discussion on the White Paper on completing the EMU such as the establishment of a fiscal, economic, banking union and political union and on the role of the European Parliament/national Parliaments. The second day introduces the coordination of economic policies with the Europe 2020, the steps towards a banking union, the monetary policy of the European Central Bank. The seminar will also examine the social dimension of EU and the financial assistance mechanisms such as the European Stability Mechanism.
Utorak 25 travnja 2017 to Srijeda 26 travnja 2017, Croatia

European Public Procurement, Public-Private Partnerships (PPP)/Private Finance and Concessions, Dubrovnik (HR), 25-26 April 2017

Target group The seminar is intended for officials from national, sub-national and local authorities and other public bodies from the EU Member States, candidate countries and European bodies and organisations, who wish to familiarise themselves with European public procurement, PPP/private finance and concessions. It should also be of interest to private sector providers, professional advisers and academics. Description The seminar will provide an overview of the current rules and developments in European public procurement based on the public procurement directive (Directive 2014/24/EU) and the directive on the award of concession contracts (Directive 2014/23/EU). The public procurement directive will be examined in detail, covering the scope, procedures, rules on public contracts, contract performance and specific procurement regimes. The seminar will also address key issues in the use of competitive dialogue and the competitive procedure with negotiation. It will cover PPP/private finance, indicating where PPP are being used and when they work best for financing infrastructure projects. Learning methodology The seminar will be based on presentations and discussions, with an emphasis on a high level of interactivity. Most importantly, the seminar will offer an excellent platform to exchange experiences and concerns in dealing with European public procurement, PPP/private finance and concessions. Objectives This seminar will provide an understanding of the latest rules and developments in European public procurement, PPP/private finance and concessions. It should be of benefit to representatives from contracting authorities and businesses who need to familiarise themselves with the rules and policies at European level.
Utorak 28 Ožujak 2017 to Srijeda 29 Ožujak 2017, Netherlands

Mastering Theory-Based Impact Evaluation, Maastricht (NL), 28-29 March 2017

While in recent years substantial efforts have been made to promote and disseminate (quantitative) counter-factual impact evaluation practice there is much less sharing of good practice concerning so-called theory-based impact evaluation. This seminar will therefore focus on this theory-based impact evaluation, drawing on the latest advances made in terms of methodology. The most cited methods – Process Tracing, Congruence Analysis, Qualitative Comparative Analysis, Pawson and Tilley’s Realist Evaluation, Mayne’s Contribution Analysis – will all be covered and put into perspective. Several cases will be used to exemplify these methods. The seminar participants will also undertake a number of exercises to better understand the methods. An important focus of the course will be to show how theory-based impact evaluation can match the rigour associated with counter-factual impact evaluation. At the end of the seminar you will have a better understanding of: • When theory-based impact evaluation might be a better alternative to counter-factual impact evaluation • How theory-based impact evaluation can be applied to maximise the benefits of using it.

Resursi

| 7 Veljača 2017
| po Carla Welter

Diane (the name was altered) is from Ethiopia, she arrived in August 2016 in Luxembourg. She took beginners French at the Institut National des Langues for about a month. In October 2016 she started her training in the 9+ i. Here she is studying French, Mathematics and English. Diane has an Ethiopian high school diploma. She is progressing very well in her studies. Her goal is to work with elderly people in a retirement home.

Resursi

| 7 Veljača 2017
| po Carla Welter

The Job Dag 2017 was organised on the 26th January 2017 by RTL (Radio Télévision Luxembourg), ADEM (Agence pour le développement de l’emploi) and RTPH (Réseau pour le travail et la promotion humaine). The goal of this event is to bring together job seekers and employers alike. The Department of Adult Education (DAE) of the Ministry of Education had set up an information booth. Job seekers had a lot of questions about furthering their education in order to become more competitive in their current job.

Blog

| 6 Veljača 2017
| po Tomáš Fránek

Dita Přikrylová, zakladatelka projektu Czechitas, je přesvědčena, že vzdělávání zatím nebere ohled na rychlý technologický růst, formy výuky se nemění. „Chápu, že je těžké přizpůsobovat tak rigidní a zažitý systém rychlému technologickému růstu. Požadavky na pracovní pozice se mění téměř ze dne na den. Učitelé připravují děti na profese, které dnes neexistují. Člověk si pak v práci musí osvojovat nové způsoby práce a nástroje. Vyhrává ten, kdo umí využít dostupné zdroje, najít relevantní informace z mnoha dat a prezentovat je. Nemusím vědět, ale umět je najít, vydolovat kýženou informaci.

Resursi

| 3 Veljača 2017
| po Eva ALOS MELCHOR

Policy developments bring new needs and Cedefop is adapting to meet them. Stakeholders want to know how labour market and vocational education and training (VET) developments interact. Various groups of Member States want support to implement aspects of European VET policy and opportunities to share experience.

Reflecting these needs, Cedefop’s programming document 2017-20 outlines a medium-term plan on how to help the European Commission, Member States and social partners develop and implement policies to improve VET.

Vijesti

| 2 Veljača 2017
| po Cristina PEREIRA

O conceito de “Indústria 4.0”, que muitos denominam como “4.ª Revolução Industrial” foi o tema de uma palestra com o objetivo de preparar os alunos finalistas da FORAVE – Associação para a Educação do Vale do Ave, de Vila Nova de Famalicão, para a vida ativa.

O palestrante convidado foi Jorge Lopes, diretor do Departamento de Information Technology (IT) da Continental Mabor – uma das empresas multinacionais de referência da região.

Vijesti

| 2 Veljača 2017
| po Michaela Tužilová

 

Detailní informace o DigiKoalici zveřejnilo EPALE ZDE.

 

Dne 26. ledna 2017 se na MŠMT uskutečnilo společné jednání členů České národní koalice pro digitální pracovní místa (dále DigiKoalice) a zájemců o aktivity této platformy. Přibližně 50 účastníků akce se seznámilo se sítí národních digitálních koalic, které už v Evropě existují ve 13 státech a diskutovali se zástupci koordinační skupiny DigiKoalice o plánu a aktivitách koalice na rok 2017.

Cooporation for the Integration of Immigrants

Düzce Governorship is a local public administrative organization authorized to monitor, coordinate, and cooperate all the non-profit private business concerns, organizations and institutions including provincial directorate of education, forestry and water affairs, culture and tourism, local health, environment, public security and civil society organizations. EU and External Affairs Office in our organization is responsible for all projects planned and implemented in these directorates. We cooperate with local and international organisations to promote projects capacity and number of effective projects applied in Düzce. The management of refugee crises is one of the most challenging problems of EU and some other countries due to its complex social, political and economic stages. This process requires rapid and effective steps to form necessary conditions for the integration of refuges into society. This can only be possible if the synergy and cooperation between the EU countries and other stakeholders is achieved. Stated by many recent studied by UNİCEF and UNHCR, many unaccompanied children and weak women form the great part of immigrants and deserve urgent help for their socio-economic integration. One of the most fundamental measures to be taken is the inclusion of immigrants into labor market. Because the complete and durable integration of refugees is possible with quality job creation, vocational education and economic welfare of these people. Another critical problem is discrimination, xenophobic and anti-immigration approaches of society they immigrate for chance of life. The undesirable effects of migration process and following xenophobic and discriminative approaches in hosting countries lead to psychosocial and posttraumatic stress disorders. The current situation and refugee profile in each country should be analyzed, challenges and opportunities related to social inclusion and inclusion into labor market should be unfolded, different actions, measures and practices at various EU countries have to be analyzed and compared and finally a series of proposals for a better socio-economic inclusion of refuges have to be put forward. Distinguished online language modules, supporting entrepreneurship skills, education modules on public services and available rights, creating of effective awareness exercises to increase hospitality of hosting countries’ people with cultural and social integration, exchange of good applications and experience sharing are necessary measures and studies that are planned within the project. The details are open to be discussed with the partners.
Četvrtak 30 Ožujak 2017, Sweden

Lärlingsutbildning inom regional yrkesinriktad vuxenutbildning

Skolverkets lärlingscentrum välkomnar dig som vill utveckla lärlingsutbildning inom regional yrkesinriktad vuxenutbildning. Dagen syftar till att ge ökad kunskap om området.

Information, föreläsningar och tid för erfarenhetsutbyte kring lärlingsutbildning inom vuxenutbildningen. Aktuella frågor är den nya förordningen, kommunsamverkan, skolverkets stöd vid apl, exempel från andra med mera.

Konferensen är kostnadsfri. Skolverket bjuder på lunch och fika.

Ponedjeljak 3 travnja 2017 to Utorak 4 travnja 2017, Sweden

ViS Vuxenutbildningskonferens 2017 - Samarbetet sammanfogar!

Sverige är ett land där klyftorna ökar. ViS Vuxenutbildningskonferens 2017, ”Samarbetet sammanfogar” kommer att lyfta både utmaningar och goda exempel i arbetet med att sammanfoga Sverige. Du kommer att möta både de som formulerar problemen och de som har förslag på praktiska lösningar. Och som vanligt kommer du att möta engagerade kollegor och få lyssna på inspirerande föreläsare.

France

Hi,

 

Subject: Partner Search in Career decision Making, E+KA2-SP-2017

 

In the perspective of a 2017 E+KA2-SP project application, HE & VET, we are looking for a full partner to complement an already existing and formalized consortium, English working language.

Partners search for the project: S4UA - “Soft Skills for Unemployed Adults”

General Aim of the project:

To contribute to increase employability of unemployed adult groups (including more disadvantages groups) through the design of an innovative methodology, including the design, testing and accreditation of a bespoke modular curriculum on social skills.

Activities proposed

  1. Setting up Local Action Groups

Each region will create a Local Action Group where the main regional and local stakeholders will be represented.

Track field monitor teaching school

We are a track field monitor studies provider. We teach students who have an interest in becoming track and field trainers. We work with young students with a general interest in sport. We also teah profesional training in Sports and Physical Education.

We are looking for institutions where our students could develop some professional training in track and field. They would need to mentor and supervise their working experience.

Resursi

| 31 Siječanj 2017
| po Jonny Lear

There is a need to recruit, retain and promote women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).

Despite outperforming men in education, women are under-represented in the STEM workforce.

Welsh Government commissioned an independent task and finish group to provide a report on how government can increase the number of women working in STEM. The report makes recommendations on the following:

Quality Partner available for Projects funded under Erasmus+

Looking for Erasmus+ Project Consortiums, who need overall Quality Assurance Partner. 
Eleance Oy from Finland provides the overall Quality Assurance (QA) in your project. The quality assurance is carried out during the full cycle of the project within QA Work Package. A QA Plan is delivered within the first month in order to provide Partners with clear procedures for project management and implementation of quality in the project. 
Specific activities within the WP for QA are:

Ponedjeljak 13 Studeni 2017 to Petak 17 Studeni 2017, Italy

'NO ONE LEFT BEHIND' Erasmus+ KA1 Training opportunity

 
KA1 Training Course: NO ONE LEFT BEHIND. Active strategies for employability and inclusion of adult migrants, people with mental and physical health conditions, and prisoners

 

Resursi

| 30 Siječanj 2017
| po Daniela Krtičková

Kraje se shodují: Vzdělávání dospělých na středních školách je šancí pro školy i pro trh práce

Velkou podporu má ze strany krajských úřadů princip vzdělávání dospělých na středních školách. Kraje z pozice zřizovatelů škol tento princip systémově podporují už téměř celou jednu dekádu. S negativním demografickým vývojem tato podpora ještě výrazně roste. 

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