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The aim of the Further Education Learning Technology Action Group (FELTAG) was to identify obstacles preventing further education providers taking full advantage of technology. The group’s recommendations were designed to remove these obstacles, and encourage the further education system towards the digital future expected by learners and employers.

The government response to the FELTAG recommendations included a number of actions for the SFA.

Interactive E-Learning modules of Erasmus + KA2 Adult Education in the Field of Strategic Partnerships Project “ICT in Daily Life and E-Learning in Adult Education”, under the coordination of Sincan Adult Education Center with the partnership of the organisations from Romania, Poland, Germany, Spain, Norway and Sweden are online in the web site “”.

Interactive E-Learning Modules;

“A need for a well-balanced team” is a well-known adage, be it in sports, organizations or startups. There are numerous studies that suggest which type of teams perform better than others for a certain task, but the process of that team formation itself is rather unexplored and next to non-existent in the educational literature.

In our current society there is a strong need for citizens to work on their employability and to develop key competences (European Commission, 2006, van Woensel (ed), 2008). Developing those competences should starts during formal education, but maintained throughout working life. It requires a change in current educational and a move towards lifelong learning. Individuals need to actively look for learning opportunities.