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Dear EPALE colleagues,
From October until December EPALE will have a thematic focus on adult learning at the workplace. During this time, EPALE’s national teams and the community will publish a number of inspiring case studies, articles, reports and other resources on the topic. Visit our thematic page Workplace learning to find them (content varies based on your language preference). Don’t forget to visit EPALE regularly for new content!
Have you been involved in a successful project that aimed to improve or introduce innovation in workplace learning? Perhaps you know of an initiative aiming to train mentors and employers to provide workplace learning? Share your successful project between 11-13 November on this page and help to inspire the adult learning community across Europe!All the stories shared here will be included in our monthly newsletter.
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Latest blog posts
Owner and director of ConnectMore Solutions, Richard Hazledine, shared with EPALE how the YaS project helped young adults who are far from the labour market to find employment.
In a series of three interviews, Aizhana Khasanova delved into the history of non-formal adult education in Denmark, Ireland and Germany to unveil what role it plays in these countries.
Gina Ebner reflected on the EPALE online discussion on how adult learning can be used for social inclusion of vulnerable adults.
News from around Europe
A lot happened in October in the adult learning sector across Europe:
- As of October, 12 administrative regions in Bosnia and Herzegovina have adopted the law on adult education, which makes adult education a legally regulated field in these regions. (EN)
- The Dutch government has dedicated €20 million to developing innovative and flexible vocational education programmes for workers and job seekers.
- Meanwhile, Romania revised the initial VET qualifications to include the key digital, entrepreneurial and transversal competences in the training standards that define them. (RO)