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Bine ați venit la noul calendar EPALE! Acest instrument a fost creat și lansat ținând seama de preferințele dumneavoastră. Aici vor fi publicate date despre evenimente majore legate de învățarea adulților, precum și despre oportunități de formare și conferințe din întreaga Europă destinate profesioniștilor din domeniul educației adulților. Pe măsură ce EPALE se va dezvolta, vom adăuga mai multe evenimente în calendar.

Așteptăm cu interes și contribuțiile dumneavoastră. În următoarele luni, veți putea publica date despre evenimentele dumneavoastră, captând atenția publicului interesat din întreaga Europă.

Cum se utilizează calendarul?

Puteți utiliza calendarul pentru a căuta evenimente specifice sau defalcate în funcție de țară, limba evenimentului, tema acestuia, data desfășurării, grupul-țintă și tipul de eveniment la care ați dori să participați. Dați clic pe un eveniment din calendar pentru a afla toate informațiile relevante despre acesta.

Ca întotdeauna, dorim să cunoaștem opiniile dumneavoastră. Dacă aveți întrebări sau sugestii legate de calendar, vă rugăm să ne contactați prin intermediul biroului de asistență EPALE sau să luați legătura cu noi prin Twitter @EPALE_EU.

De reținut: Evenimentele care figurează în calendar nu sunt sprijinite de către Comisia Europeană. Se recomandă să cercetați cât de adecvat este fiecare eveniment pentru nevoile dumneavoastră. Comisia Europeană nu este responsabilă pentru anularea oricăror evenimente din calendarul EPALE. Utilizatorii sunt sfătuiți să verifice în mod regulat site-urile dedicate evenimentelor specifice pentru a se asigura că sunt la curent cu orice modificări survenite.

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