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Koja je uloga EU u obrazovanju odraslih?

Koja je uloga EU u obrazovanju odraslih?

Kako EU podržava ljude i projekte u obrazovanju odraslih?

Postoji mnogo načina na koje EU podržava sektor obrazovanja odraslih u Evropi - od naručivanja istraživanja i razmjene dobre prakse do promocije inovacija i finansiranja usavršavanja pojedinaca.

What is the EU’s role in adult learning?

In the timeline below you can see how the EU has promoted adult learning over the years. The timeline includes highlights, such as important policy publications and initiatives.

2022
Council Recommendation of 16 June 2022 on individual learning accounts outlines how Member States can combine financial and non-financial support in an effective way to empower all adults to develop their skills throughout working life, and progress towards the Porto adult learning targets. The Recommendation was underpinned by an impact assessment.
Council Recommendation of 16 June 2022 on a European approach to micro-credentials for lifelong learning and employability defines a common definition of and a standard format for describing the outcomes of short courses, in order to increase transparency and facilitate the communication of skills acquired during training throughout the working life.
2021

Rezolucija Savjeta o strateškom okviru za evropsku saradnju na obrazovanju i obuci prema evropskom obrazovnom prostoru i šire.

On 25 June 2021, the European Council welcomes the EU headline targets of the European Pillar of Social Rights Action Plan and the Porto Declaration. Leaders thereby support the ambition that at least 60% of all adults should participate in training every year by 2030.
2020

Prioriteti Evropske agende vještina usavršavanja i prekvalifikacije odraslih, uključujući vještine za život, osnaživanje kroz pojedinačne mehanizme finansiranja i ambiciozne ciljeve za učešće odraslih u učenju.

Akcioni plan za digitalno obrazovanje 2021 - 27. proširuje opseg kako bi obuhvatio neformalno i cjeloživotno učenje, fokusirao se na digitalne kompetencije i izgradnju digitalnih kapaciteta institucija, uključujući odrasle polaznike i profesionalce.

Evropska agenda vještina za održivu konkurentnost, socijalnu pravičnost i otpornost - Brisel, 1.7.2020, COM (2020.) 274 finalno

Dostizanje Evropskog područja obrazovanja do 2025. godine - Komunikacija komisije

COM (2020) 625 finalno, Brisel, 30.9.2020.

Akcijski plan za digitalno obrazovanje (2021-2027): Resetovanje obrazovanja i obuke za digitalno doba

2019

Komisija je izvršila pregled sprovedenih mjera u radnom dokumentu osoblja.

Savjet usvaja zaključke obnavljajući svoju obavezu da pruži podršku odraslima koji imaju teškoće s osnovnim vještinama.

Radni dokument osoblja Komisije o preporuci Savjeta o načinima usavršavanja: Nove mogućnosti za odrasle. Pregled stanja sprovedenih mjera, Brisel, 27.2.2019. SWD (2019) 89 finalno.

2018

Member States outlined their measures to implement Upskilling Pathways.

EAAL is part of the 'ET2020' framework for European cooperation in education and training. The ET2020 working group on adult learning 2016 - 2018 undertakes peer learning on policies that can encourage more adults to learn in the workplace.

2017
At the Gothenburg social summit, The European Parliament, the Council and the Commission proclaim the European Pillar of Social Rights. The Pillar sets out 20 key principles which represent the beacon guiding us towards a strong social Europe that is fair, inclusive and full of opportunity in the 21st century. Adult learning has a central role in the Pillar, as its first principle is the right to “quality and inclusive education, training and life-long learning”.
2016

On 19 December the Council adopts the recommendation Upskilling Pathways - New opportunities for adults. This aims to help Europe's 64 million adults who do not yet have an upper secondary qualification to acquire a minimum level of literacy, numeracy and digital skills and then progress towards an upper or lower secondary qualification.

The New Skills Agenda for Europe proposes that Member States adopt a Skills Guarantee to raise the level of adult basic skills.

2015

The 2015-2020 priorities for EAAL are set:

  • ensuring the coherence of adult learning with other policy areas
  • increasing the supply and take-up of adult learning provision
  • widening access through workplace-based learning, ICT and second-chance opportunities
  • improving quality assurance, including initial and continuing education of adult educators.
2011

The Council publishes a resolution on a renewed European Agenda on Adult Learning (EAAL), consolidating policy in the field of adult learning. This is the EU reference text on adult learning policy.

A key message of EAAL is that adult learning in all its forms boosts learners’ employability, and contributes to social inclusion, active citizenship and personal development. Increasing participation and enabling all adults to develop and renew their skills and competences throughout their lives are at the heart of the Agenda.

2007

The Commission publishes the communication It is always a good time to learn. It includes an Action Plan on Adult Learning (2008-2010) that provides, for the first time, common priorities to be encouraged in the adult learning sector.

2006

The Commission publishes the communication It is never too late to learn highlighting the essential contribution of adult learning to employability and mobility and to social inclusion.

2002

The Council of the European Union publishes its Resolution on Lifelong Learning, highlighting the ‘cradle-to-grave’ principle of education and its provision in different environments.

2000

The EU begins working on adult learning policy.

1957

EU’s work on adult learning begins with the Treaty of Rome through which the European Community promoted basic and advanced vocational training.