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Pjattaforma Elettronika għat-Tagħlim għall-Adulti fl-Ewropa



EAEA Younger Staff Training

Mibgħuta minn Aleksandra Kozyra 12 months 3 ilu

It-Tnejn 23 Settembru 2019 to Il-Ġimgħa 27 Settembru 2019

The EAEA Younger Staff Training of 2019 will be held in Brussels on 23-27 September.

Each day will have a different focus, the overarching aim being to help the participants explore the European dimension of adult education and connect it to their national or local level. As every year, representatives of European institutions working on adult education will be invited to give inputs on existing EU policy frameworks, with EAEA providing the civil society perspective. Following the EAEA theme in 2019, a special focus will be put on the topic of life skills.

Practical information

Dates: 23-27 September 2019
Venue: Rue de l’Industrie 10, Brussels, Belgium (other venues will be communicated later)
Training fee: 400 EUR + 100 EUR of the registration fee (500 EUR in total). All participants will be asked to pay a registration fee (amounting to 100 EUR) before the registration ends to secure their spot.
Registration: 15 March – 15 May 2019 (exceptions will be made for participants waiting for KA1 results)

More information, including the preliminary programme, is available on EAEA website.


Lingwa primarja:
Ħlas mitlub għall-attendenza: 
Data ta' għeluq għar-reġistrazzjoni: 
Avveniment online: 
Organizzat minn: 
the European Association for the Education of Adults
It-tip ta' organizzatur: 
Avveniment ieħor
Dettalji ta' kuntatt: 
EAEA Events Officer Aleksandra Kozyra at aleksandra.kozyra (at) eaea.oirg
Riżultati tat-tagħlim mistenni: 
By the end of the training, the participants: Have learnt about the diversity of policy and practice in adult education in Europe by comparing their professional experiences and national challenges Are familiar with the main challenges in European adult education sector and the role of European civil society Have gained a basic understanding of regional differences in the definition and traditions of adult education in Europe Are able to identify major EU policy frameworks in the field of adult education Are familiar with the main methods that can be used for advocacy Have received practical advice for writing project applications on adult education.
Rikonoxximent / ċertifikazzjoni tal-parteċipazzjoni u/jew riżultati tat-tagħlim: 
certificate of attendance
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