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Electronic Platform for Adult Learning in Europe



College Expo 2019 took place in Perth, Scotland, on Wednesday 12th – Thursday 13th June. It brought together over 50 exhibitors involved in further and higher education across the UK, focusing on apprenticeships, degree programmes and other educational provisions. The focus of the event was ‘Success in a Changing World’. This blog post discusses the exhibitors present at the event and considers valuable insights into tomorrow’s students, shared by keynote speaker Will Higham, who runs strategic consultancy Next Big Thing.

14 June 2019
4 avenues to explore to support a cultural revolution. Change is not about the conditional legal recognition of what many companies consider to be on-the-job training. The opportunity to finance workplace learning (WL) will quickly face the challenges of cultural change and the traceability rules of financiers, which, in most cases, could be resolved through the provision of feedback. Also to overcome too much appropriation by companies, here are several avenues to explore that focus on the objective of WL rather than its use. Intended for financiers, training professionals and anyone else who wishes to “think outside the box”.