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City of Joensuu, Finland, has announced an international competition in which 200,000 euros will be used for innovative pilot projects in the city centre. All adult education professionals are invited to innovate new service solutions for example in the field of personnel development.

A recent meeting held by the National Commission of Further and Higher Education sought to examine the national qualifications framework, in light of the New Skills Agenda for Europe.

Getting basic skills in vocational education and training (VET) working effectively can hit multiple policy objectives at one go. The broad context for this is the New Skills Agenda for Europe (June 2016) and within this, the policy priority for Upskilling Pathways: New Opportunities for Adults (December 2016). This initiative aims to provide a fresh start to adults, enabling further education and training and leading to new qualifications. Successful integration of basic skills within VET can increase achievements simultaneously in both vocational training and increasing basic skills levels. This paper introduces some of the elements required to achieve successful integration and some of the related issues.
18 December 2017
by Helen Casey
(en)

Breaking Barriers, an ERASMUS+ project, is lead by the Directorate for Research, Lifelong Learning and Innovation. The project focuses on literacy and digital media. 
The project includes the participation of Associazione Aim (Italy); UCL Institute of Education (UK); Adult Education Association (Cyprus); Friesland College (Netherlands); Alliance for Development of Adult Education and Lifelong Learning (Macedonia); Skills Norway (Norway); Deinde Sp.zo.o (Poland)

A documentary co-financed by the EU Commission through the project EU Agenda for Adult Learning in Malta. A project coordinated by the Directorate for Research, Lifelong Learning and Employability

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