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Electronic Platform for Adult Learning in Europe



In June EPALE is having a thematic focus on persons with disabilities.Here at EPALE we appreciate the important role of adult learning in integrating persons with disabilities and providing them with equal opportunities to personal and professional development and employment.
28 June 2017
by EPALE Moderator
The conference was organised by the EPALE National Support Service Austria in collaboration with Erasmus+ adult education and discussed the potential offered by digitalisation for adult education in the pursuit of active participation in the society of the future.
The National Council of Austria (Nationalrat) decided to implement a mandatory training bill in July 2016. The bill aims to ensure that all those under the age of 18 complete a qualification above and beyond those offered by compulsory education. With the 'AusBildung bis 18' training scheme, the government is pursuing the goal of preparing young people better than ever before for the challenges of an increasingly unpredictable future, and in particular reaching those young people in receipt of limited support from legal guardians or who are otherwise at an educational disadvantage, or who have left the education system for any other reason.
28 June 2017
by Andrea Fraundorfer
The need for financial education is becoming more and more obvious, as living in the circumstances of globalization, ICT growth and overwhelming inflow of new, completely innovative goods becomes more and more demanding for customers. Let's talk about money!
27 June 2017
by Monika Nowakows...