Workshops enable adult learners to participate in learning events and seminars taking place in a European country other than their own.
Workshops bring together individuals or small groups of learners (10-20 people) from several countries for their personal development and learning needs. Learners are also encouraged to share their competences and insights with others. However, workshops are not intended to provide vocational training for professionals.
Workshops are organised on many different topics, including:
If you would like to participate in a workshop, please consult the Grundtvig workshops catalogue 2012 (valid until 31/8/2013) and contact the workshop organiser directly.
More details on Grundtvig workshops for adult learners
Under the 2013 Call, the Workshop action provides training to Adult Education staff working on literacy issues exclusively.
The objectives of this action are to give present and future teachers and staff the opportunity to gain a better understanding of the European dimension in teaching adults with literacy problems, to enhance their knowledge of other European countries' education systems and their provision of adult literacy and to improve the specific skills they require to teach literacy skills to adults.
The Workshops bring together professionals working within the field of adult literacy, from several countries, in order to improve their practical teaching, coaching, counseling, management skills, etc.