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Adult learning in the workplace: Building blocks and policy examples

This CoP is a follow-up of the ET2020 working group on Adult learning but is open to all those interested in adult learning in the workplace. The aim is to further disseminate the results of the ET2020 working group on adult learning (2016-2018) and exchange of policy examples in relation to the identified building blocks on how to stimulate adult learning in the workplace:

1.Encourage employers to adopt a learning culture that supports career-long learning
2.Ensures that adult learning in the workplace puts learners on a lifelong learning pathway (and is supported by guidance systems and validation of prior leaning)
3.Secure the long-term commitment of all stakeholders
4.Ensure effective coordination between all stakeholders and agree on roles and responsibilities
5.Communication about adult learning in the workplace using the language of those needed to be encouraged
6.Ensure sustainable co-funding systems in which all see the benefit of investing in adult learning in the workplace
7.Ensure that workplace learning is tailored to adult learners' needs
8.Ensure that adult learning in the workplace responds to employers' needs
9.Assure the quality of adult learning in the workplace
10.Set up effective monitoring and evaluation systems to ensure that adult learning in the workplace remains relevant and effective

News

Posted on 01/10/2018
By Simon BROEK

Dear all, please check out the video made in relation to the report:

https://ec.europa.eu/avservices/video/player.cfm?sitelang=en&ref=I158465

News

Posted on 28/08/2018
By Muneeb AHMAD

It would be great to to be able to collate policy toolkits across EU Member States that document adult learning in the workplace from a policy perspective as well as to find insightful case studies, all in one place.

News

Posted on 27/08/2018
By Simon BROEK

Dear all,

please find attached the 'EPALE notifications guide'.

This guide allows you to change the EPALE settings so that your receive notifications when someone responds to content you or others posted.

This can support your engagement with the Community of Practice!

See you!

Simon

News

Posted on 29/06/2018
By Simon BROEK

Member State experts worked the last 2 years on understanding better what can be done to promote adult learning in the workplace. This was facilitated by the European Commission in the framework of the ET2020 Working group on Adult Learning.

The final report of their work is now available.

It became a practical report meant to inspire stakeholders, whether they are a governmental organisation, an enterprise, a trade union, a training provider, civil society, or adult learning professional.

Discussion

Posted on 06/08/2018
By Simon BROEK
Kommentarer (0)
Last comment on: 06/08/2018 - 10:03

The idea of the CoP is to work further on the building blocks as identified by the Adult Learning Working Group. It would be good to exchange policy examples and practical issues on how to work on the building blocks.

My question to you is the following: What do you want to get out of this CoP?

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Member Name Organization Country Last access
Pascal Jacquin EN PRATIQUE France 05/12/2019 - 09:00
Jinjin Lu Czech Republic 29/11/2019 - 15:40
Martin Dobeš Agentura pro sociální začleňování Czech Republic 29/11/2019 - 13:28
Theodora Vild Casa Corpului Didactic Ialomita Romania 18/11/2019 - 10:26
Francesca Costero ENAIP Piemonte Italy 24/10/2019 - 21:30
Malgorzata Mandola Afpa France 13/11/2019 - 15:00
Catherine Jutard EPLEFPA des Vaseix France 04/07/2019 - 15:10
Laura Zambrini Demetra Formazione srl Italy 29/05/2019 - 12:08
Linda Berg Norway 03/12/2019 - 09:28
Michèle Coursier Belgium 22/03/2019 - 13:20