Although EPALE is set up with adult learners in mind as the ultimate beneficiary of the development of the adult learning sector, this website actually targets those who deliver and organise adult education rather than learners themselves.
You can still visit the platform to find out information about adult learning across Europe. If you wish to engage in learning activities, here are a few ideas you may want to consider:
- Contact the education service in your city;
- Look at possibilities offered by associations, universities, language schools, museums, libraries, etc. in your city/region;
- Talk to your employer;
- Contact the organisations which deal with adult learning in your country. The European Association for the Education of Adults (EAEA) has a vast membership of adult learning organisations in Europe which you can contact;
- Make the most of the internet, e.g. of the MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses). Please visit the Open Education Europa Portal to search for MOOCs in Europe;
- Check Euroguidance, a network of centres linking together the Careers Guidance systems in Europe;
- Look at information and analysis of European education systems and policies on The Eurydice Network;
- Check Ploteus, which provides information about courses, work-based learning and qualifications.