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Outreach and guidance

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| 8 March 2017
V juniju 2016 smo na Razvojno izobraževalnem centru Novo mesto uspešno zagnali projekt Dejavnost informiranja in svetovanja ter ugotavljanje in vrednotenje neformalno pridobljenega znanja od 2016 do 2022. V konzorciju Osrednje JV regije pod okriljem vodilnega partnerja RIC-a Novo mesto svetovalno dejavnost za zaposlene izvajajo še partnerji CIK Trebnje, GRM Novo mesto – center biotehnike in turizma ter Šolski center Novo mesto.

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| 22 December 2016
GOAL “Guidance and Orientation for Adult Learners” is an Erasmus+ KA3 project (Policy Experimentations) funded by the European Commission. This three-year project, which started in February 2015, is a multi-country policy experimentation focusing on the further development of guidance services for low-educated adults. In November, the Institute of Education published the Cross-Country Report Wave 1, presenting the interim findings of the GOAL Wave 1 evaluation for all six partner countries combined. The evaluation is based on quantitative data collected in field trials, conducted between April 2015 and May 2016, and qualitative interviews and focus groups carried out in April and May 2016.

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| 20 December 2016
On 9-10 November, the Nordic + Erasmus National Agencies in Iceland, Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden, Nordic EPALE, the Nordic Network for Adult Learning (NVL) and Euroguidance in Iceland held a contact seminar with participants from all the Nordic countries. The aim was to establish contacts with potential future partners on an Erasmus Plus project. From my country Sweden came about 5 participants.

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| 25 October 2016

The Directorate for Lifelong Learning within the Ministry for Education and Employment proudly hosted the EPALE (Electronic Platform for Adult Learning in Europe) Awards 2016 last Thursday at Le Méridien Hotel – the first awards ceremony of its kind among European countries.  The ceremony was a celebration of adult education initiatives and provided formal recognition of adult learners and adult educators.

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| 10 October 2016
During the first day of the Conference "Adult Education in Cities and Regions – a European perspective" - taking place September 8th and 9th in Aachen, Germany - Nadia Reynders (Flemish Department of Education and Training) and Els Van Hyfte (coordinator of the organisation de Stap in Ghent and local coordinator for the project) presented the Erasmus+ (KA 3) project GOAL.

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| 6 September 2016

El Grupo de Investigación IDEO de la Universidad de Jaén celebrará los días 8, 9 y 10 de septiembre de 2016, el III Congreso Internacional sobre Diagnóstico y Orientación con el tema de "Orientación educativa en la sociedad actual".

El congreso tratará temas diversos con el objetivo final de recoger investigaciones, experiencias y propuestas que lleven a una mayor relevancia de la orientación tanto en un plano educativo como social y laboral.

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| 13 July 2016
EAEA strongly welcomes the new initiatives “Skills Agenda”, and particularly the “Skills Guarantee” published by the European Commission. These ambitious initiatives have the potential to make a real difference in the lives of many citizens in Europe and to create positive changes by upskilling people that really need it. In particular the “Skills Guarantee” is a step in the right direction for adult learning and for low-skilled people. As the Communication rightly says, “most members of Europe’s workforce in the next two decades are already adults today”, which is why a focus on adult education to reskill and upskill people is very much needed.

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| 7 July 2016
Jau daudzus gadus visā Eiropā pieaugušo izglītības jomā pastāv problēma, kā sasniegt iedzīvotājus ar zemu prasmju līmeni un nepietiekošu izglītību. Kā vislabāk viņus uzrunāt, motivēt un panākt, lai viņi iesaistās mācību procesā? Kam tas būtu jādara un kur to ideālā gadījumā vajadzētu darīt? Kā pārliecināt cilvēkus, ka mācīšanās ir tā vērta, lai ieguldītu laiku, pūles un, iespējams, arī naudu? Īsumā - kādi informēšanas pasākumi nesīs rezultātus?

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| 20 June 2016
For many years, reaching educationally disadvantaged, low-skilled people has been a major challenge of adult education throughout Europe. What is the best way to address, motivate and win these people over for learning? Who should do this and where should it ideally be done? How can people be convinced to place their trust in learning, to invest time, effort and perhaps money? In short: What are effective outreach measures?

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| 14 April 2016
Seit vielen Jahren und in ganz Europa gehört es zu den großen Herausforderungen der Erwachsenenbildung, bildungsbenachteiligte, gering qualifizierte Menschen zu erreichen. Wie soll man sie am besten ansprechen, motivieren und für das Lernen gewinnen? Wer sollte das tun, und wo soll es am besten geschehen? Was kann diesen Menschen dazu verhelfen, in das Lernen zu vertrauen und Zeit, Mühe und vielleicht Geld dafür zu investieren? Kurz: was sind wirksame Outreach-Maßnahmen?

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| 1 March 2016
Le projet « Multaka : rendez-vous au musée » (Multaka: Treffpunkt Museum) forme des réfugiés syriens et irakiens au métier de guide de musée pour pouvoir proposer des visites guidées de musées aux réfugiés dans leur langue maternelle. Multaka (lieu de rencontre en arabe) se comprend aussi dans le sens d’échange d’expériences culturelles et historiques différentes.

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| 18 February 2016
As part of the project “Multaqa: Museum as Meeting Point – Refugees as Guides in Berlin Museums”, Syrian and Iraqi refugees are being trained as museum guides so that they can then provide guided museum tours for Syrian and Iraqi refugees in their native language. Multaqa (Arabic for “meeting point”) also aims to facilitate the interchange of diverse cultural and historical experiences.

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| 18 December 2015

The Renewed European Agenda for adult learning which the Council adopted in 2011 outlined a number of priority areas for the period 2012-2014, but set these in a longer term perspective aligned with the four ET 2020 strategic objectives. Specific priorities on which the Member States, with the support of the European Commission, should concentrate up to 2020 in order to achieve the longer term vision of the Agenda, are as follows:

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| 16 December 2015

Mar Camarasa i Casals es responsable de Investigación e Innovación en una fundación española de ayuda a las mujeres. Mar participó en el proyecto «FORWARD», cuyo objetivo era fomentar la inclusión de las mujeres migrantes en la educación de personas adultas.

 

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| 30 November 2015

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| 21 November 2015
GOAL staat voor Guidance and Orientation for Adult Learners. Het GOAL-project is opgezet met steun van het Erasmus+-programma van de Europese Unie in sleutelactie 3 (KA3 - steun voor beleidshervorming). De partners van het project zullen in 6 landen van de EU, waaronder Vlaanderen, een experimentele dienst opzetten waar laaggeschoolde volwassenen terecht kunnen voor leertrajectbegeleiding.

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| 26 October 2015

The Tackling Poverty learning partnership (2013 - 2015) supported the exchange of good practice and knowledge around the delivery of adult learning to tackle issues related to poverty. The project built the capacity of adult educators to develop strategies to engage the hardest to reach in adult learning. Lifelong learning can make a major contribution to sustaining economic and social well-being. However those who could benefit most from engaging in adult learning generally participate in lower numbers.

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