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EPALE

Elektroniczna platforma na rzecz uczenia się dorosłych w Europie

 
 

Career-long professional learning

Monday 8 March 2021 to Friday 12 March 2021, Italy

English for Educators: advance your career (level I)

This course is ideal for all those working in the field of education (primary, secondary and university teachers, university staff (academic & admin), adult educators, trainers & coaches) who want to improve their level of spoken and written English. It aims to give participants an overview of English grammar and vocabulary with special focus on acquiring and improving language skills in a dynamic and communicative way, through individual, pair and group work. Course participants are provided with a combination of online resources, a variety of media and authentic and interesting texts. Emphasis is placed on developing the strategies for effective listening, reading and speaking in both informal and formal settings. Upon completion, participants should be able to demonstrate improved comprehension, accuracy and fluency, which will enable them to participate in activities appropriate to academic and professional settings. This course although structured, is designed to be flexible and can be adapted to suit the specific needs of the participants. Important note: ‘English for Educators: advance your career (Level I)’ course is for teachers/educators and administrative workers who have an Elementary (A2) up to Intermediate (B1) level of English, according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages
Monday 22 February 2021 to Friday 26 February 2021, Spain

ICT skills for Educators

Computing and IT is required by all businesses and jobs in today’s world. Information and Communication technology (ICT) has the potentialict_3 to transform teaching and learning processes. According to a recent study in OECD countries, students are more sophisticated in their use of technology than teachers; an inherent discrepancy between student knowledge and usage of ICTs with the abilities of teacher to use ICTs. This suggest that teacher inexperience and skill deficiencies may often be a fundamental factor which prevents the effectiveness of ICT use in education. The same study reveals that the most effective uses of ICT are those in which the teacher, aided by ICTs, may challenge understanding and thinking of pupils, and this can be done through whole-class discussions and/or individual/small group workshops using ICTs. Nowadays, it is widely accepted that the use of ICTs should not aim at completely transforming teacher practices in and of itself but rather enabling and supporting the move from traditional ‘teacher-centric’ teaching styles to more ‘learner-centric’ methods. In other words, making each one of the students active and fully engaged. The ‘ICT skills for Educators’ course is designed to enable participants to improve their teaching practices with the use of specific ICT tools, such as smart boards, web conferencing and webinars, among others, thus, creating a ‘learner-centric’ classroom. This is an ideal course for all teachers, educators & trainers interested in continuing professional development (CPD).

European mobility traineeships and placements for groups in the Vocational Education and Training (VET) field

*We provide suitable companies to the participants for internship with the social and cultural support needed during mobility.
*Our team guarantees continuous communication through different channels (email, phone, whatsapp). It is part of our mentality to follow up every subject that the participants need.
* We are very careful when choosing the companies for internship program. Internship places are prestigious places with a national and international position in the relevant field.

A MELLearN - Felsőoktatási Lifelong Learning Hálózat, a magyar egyetemek életen át tartó tanulást támogató egyesülete megjelentette 2019. évi tanulmánykötetét, mely a felsőoktatási innovációkkal foglalkozik a digitalizáció, a képességfejlesztés és a hálózatosodás kontextusában.

A kötet figyelmet szentel az egyetemek közreműködésével ösztönző felnőttkori tanulás néhány kurrens kérdésének tekintettel a módszertani és digitális környezeti trendek és kihívások érvényesülésére.

Graduates' employability is a commonly highlighted issue in tertiary education due to today's job market that highly expects the limited vacancies to be filled with competitive and competent graduates. Higher education institutions play a significant role in ensuring and understanding the skills that are needed by the graduates to meet the demand of the professional industry; hence, better job opportunity for the graduates.

Monday 9 November 2020 to Friday 13 November 2020, Czech Republic

Train the Trainer

‘Train the trainer’(TRTR) is an essential course for all those promoted to a training supervisory role as well as to all those wishing to refresh/enhance theirTRTR (2) training skills. The course covers a variety of topics which are fundamental for successfully running a course, such as writing a structured training course as well as an overview of effective training skills. Moreover, the course deals with effective training practices and procedures and emphasizes on the importance of body language and voice projection. ‘Train the trainer’ course also covers the pros and cons of classroom training versus individual/one-to-one training and how the trainer can create a fully ‘engaged’ audience and ensure the active participation of all delegates. This course equips the participants with the necessary skills to handle questions and manage difficult trainees. It is ideal not only for those who want to improve their training skills but also those wishing to know the essentials of developing, organizing and running training programmes as well as those involved in the implementation of training policy and improvement of staff competency levels. This is a masterclass course for trainers, teachers in supervisory role, training managers, Human Resources staff and professionals responsible/in charge of the development of staff competence level as an integral part of the overall business development strategy.
Monday 27 July 2020 to Friday 31 July 2020, Spain

Efficient & Effective Project Management for EU funded Projects

The ‘Efficient & effective Project Management for EU funded projects’ (PMEU) is a masterclass course that equips all those involved in the management/coordination as well as all those responsible for the technical and financial progress on behalf of their institutions with the required knowledge and expertise in dealing in an efficient & effective manner with the management of EU funded projects. This course is a masterclass course delivered by experts in the area of EC funded projects and it has been designed in an easy-to-follow manner, irrespective of the experience of the delegates in the specific field of study. The course will offer substantial help and benefit to a wide range of individuals, such as project managers, project coordinators, research officers, legal representatives (i.e. school principals, directors) as well as those working in the International Relations Office of Universities, to deal with the ever-demanding needs of reporting and monitoring of EC funded projects. The course covers all important areas of project management, such as obligations related to reporting and visibility of EC funded projects. Moreover, the course offers a comprehensive overview on the various forms of audits as well as tools for efficient & effective monitoring & evaluation. The delegates are benefited from a detailed review and analysis of financial risks and the mitigation measures for dealing with these risks. Finally, the delegates will be offered a ‘hands-on’ experience with two unique case studies which will highlight the amount of work needed during periodic (i.e. annual) reviews and the evaluation of the project during these reviews by EC.

WE WANT TO BE YOUR KA204 OR KA205 PARTNER

Dear all,

My name is Sona Stefkova, and I represent an adult educational company in Bratislava (Slovakia) - topcoach.sk.
We are interested to be a partner in your KA204 or KA205 projects, we can offer best practice and trainings related to soft-skills, self-development and leadership topics. We also have experiences leading Erasmus+ project (we are recently leading partner and partner of different projects).

Our main areas of educating and focus are:

We are looking for Erasmus+ KA2 - Strategic Partnerships

Dear Colleagues,

If you interested in the project which its details are given below, please do not hesitate to contact us.

The Project Summary:

Water is an increasingly scarce resource, with rainfall reduced by climate change while population growth puts pressure on the demand side. Buildings are responsible for a significant percentage of national water use. One of the hot topics in building practice is the intention to develop buildings that are more resilient towards changes in rainfall patterns due to climate change.  

Citoyen 2.1

We are looking for a KA202 partner for our next project on Digital Education in schools .

We notice a discrepancy between the young and their educators and are finding a way for closing the gap and work on the incremental innovation approach.

I hope you would contact me for more explanations and for a work together on the subject and the public concerned.

Sihtasutus Archimedes, Eesti Töötukassa, SA Innove ja Eesti Karjäärinõustajate Ühing korraldavad karjääriteenuste võrgustikukonverentsi “Julge hüpe tundmatusse?”, et jagada kogemusi Eestist ja välismaalt ning koostöös leida vastuseid kesksele küsimusele - kuidas muutunud olukorras parimal moel õpilast toetada ning ette valmistada elukestvaks õppeks ja tööturule astumiseks. Esimesel päeval õpime rahvusvahelistelt ekspertidelt ja arutleme meie strateegiliste valikute üle Eestis. Teisel päeval keskendume praktikatele.

De beslissing van de Vlaamse regering om de stimulanspremie - een premie bedoeld om onder meer langdurig werklozen met een gezin te stimuleren om een opleiding te volgen - af te schaffen, kan op weinig begrip rekeningen bij het Vlaams ABVV. Minister Crevits countert de kritiek.

Pro konkurenceschopnost ekonomiky jsou nejdůležitější lidské zdroje. Významným faktorem přitom je, aby na trh práce vstupovali lidé s kvalifikacemi, které odpovídají požadavkům zaměstnavatelů, aby byli pro firmy co nejlépe uplatnitelní. Rychlý vývoj technologií, změny v dělbě práce, vývoj nových druhů zboží i služeb, globalizace a s ní související přesuny jednotlivých výrob i celých odvětví mezi státy i kontinenty, to vše způsobuje, že dříve získané znalosti je třeba neustále rozvíjet a doplňovat.

Publikujeme shrnutí debaty na Kulatém stole SKAV a EDUin na téma Má celoživotní vzdělávání v Česku na růžích ustláno?, která proběhla 12. prosince v Pražském kreativním centru. Debaty se zúčastnili Klára Bezděková z MŠMT, Ondřej Horák z Centra občanského vzdělávání, Eva Kavková z Evropské kontaktní skupiny, Tomáš Langer z EPALE, Lukáš Němec z ČMKOS a Miloš Rathouský ze Svazu průmyslu a dopravy ČR. Moderoval MIrek Hřebecký, EDUin.

Rozvíjet dovednosti v rámci celoživotního vzdělávání, podporovat rozvoj kvalifikací, konkurenceschopnosti i kompetencí nebo budovat vztah ke vzdělávání. I na tato témata je zaměřena pozornost v Dlouhodobém záměru vzdělávání a rozvoje vzdělávací soustavy České republiky na období 2019–2023.

Vzdělání nás může vybavit dovednostmi, pomocí nichž obstojíme ve stále složitější společnosti.

A tanulmány célja, hogy bemutassa az önbizalom szerepét a felnőttoktatásban elért eredményekben. A felhasznált adatok a versenyszférában dolgozó felsővezetőktől, iskolarendszeren kívüli felnőttképzésből származnak egy 2014-es felmérésből. A tanulmány alapállítása, hogy a megfelelő mértékű önbizalom feltétlenül szükséges az élethosszig tartó tanuláshoz. A fejlődés iránti vágyhoz ugyanis önmagában is önbecsülés kell, valamint ahhoz is, hogy bízzunk abban, hogy az adott képzést el tudjuk végezni és később hasznosítani.

Monday 13 April 2020 to Friday 17 April 2020, Italy

Handling stress and avoiding burn out

In today’s hectic, demanding and stress-filled world, we are called to find creative solutions to complex problems in our professional and personal lives. We face situations that can cause our stress levels to increase. From tense interactions at work, to worry over children and partners, there are endless provoking events that can bring us out of balance. Doctors are increasingly citing stress as a major contributing factor to most illnesses.

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