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EPALE - Piattaforma elettronica per l'apprendimento degli adulti in Europa

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| 6 Dicembre 2019
2019 év elején jelent meg az ILO (Nemzetközi Munkaügyi Hivatal) átfogó tanulmánya a munka világát érintő társadalmi kihívások három tényezőjéről, melyhez kapcsolódóan az egész életen át tartó tanulás fontosságára hívta fel a figyelmet a szervezet.

Notizie

| 5 Dicembre 2019
We are a Public Education Center in Mardin/Turkey. In the Nusaybin Public Education Center, We inaugurate special education programs so as to teach clothing production for adults every year. The objective of these courses is to provide the qualifications of tailoring to each person of the community who live here.

Blog

| 5 Dicembre 2019

Celovita podpora podjetjem za aktivno staranje delovne sile - ASI je projekt, ki odgovarja na izzive družbe s starajočo se delovno silo, na ozaveščanje delodajalcev in delavcev glede negativnih demografskih trendov, odpravo stereotipov glede starejših zaposlenih, predvsem pa na podporo delodajalcem za učinkovito upravljanje starejše delovne sile ter okrepitev kompetenc in motivacije starejših zaposlenih za podaljševanje njihove delovne aktivnosti.

Workplace learning

Blog

| 3 Dicembre 2019

Με τη θεματική εστίαση της EPALE να αφορά τη μάθηση στον χώρο εργασίας, οι θεματικοί συντονιστές Gina Ebner, Markus Palmen, και Simon Broek συναντήθηκαν για να συζητήσουν κατά πόσο ο καταμερισμός της εργασίας ενθαρρύνει τη μάθηση.

    Notizie

    | 1 Dicembre 2019

    Over 80% of care across the EU is provided by partners, relatives and friends. Everyone may be an informal carer at some stage in his or her life. At this moment, having the opportunity to access adapted training can be extremely useful…

    Notizie

    | 1 Dicembre 2019

    In many countries, domestic work suffers from insufficient regulation and recognition. In 2010, the ILO published the report “Decent work for domestic workers” to set standards “in response to the long-standing perception of domestic work as a form of “women’s work” that does not require any real skills, qualifications or training”. Indeed, the ILO asserted “the value of domestic work to both the families and the workers, (…) and the economy as a whole”. At EU level, the EU Parliament resolution 28th April 2016 encouraged member states to protect the rights of these workers.

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