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The traditional methods of promoting educational courses are not always the most effective ways to reach potential adult learners. Therefore, alternative advertising routes should be considered for promoting adult/further education courses. The following Irish Independent article highlights how two e-learners, Kathleena and Emma, became involved with An Cosán Virtual Community College through High Hopes, a choir made up of people affected by homelessness. 

 

Erasmus + Program Adult Education Personnel Mobility and Strategic Partnerships will be held on 14-15 December 2017 between 09:30 and 14:00 in order to assist the institutions and organizations who are planning to apply for the project in the period of 2018 call for proposals. Informative Meetings will be organized in our Presidential building.

Olive Oil is one of the Important Sources of Kilis. The Festival was celebrated with the participation of Development Minister Lütfi ELVAN. Different Activities and Demonstrations were held in the festival. Kilis Public Folklore which  was the students of our Education Center. We participated in the festival and our we display our show. We met our National Team after our great showing collection.


The following article summarises some of the key messages from AONTAS' CEN10 conference on the 29/11/17 and is taken from activelink.ie

 

Community education must be invested in throughout the island of Ireland to minimise the impact of Brexit on Ireland’s adult learners, communities, and society as a whole. That’s according to AONTAS, the national adult learning organisation who held a conference  marking the 10-year anniversary of its Community Education Network (CEN).

Alaçam Public Education Center opened Employment Organization (işkur) supported courses with Bafra Employment Organization (işkur) in different six branches around our district. With the opening of the new courses, previous closed courses have been opened in villages. By opening these courses, migration started bacık to closed and empty primary schools. Citizens are  fairly  interested in handmade things especially handicrafts and embroidering methods by machine . Citizens who are between 18-65 age, start to improve their hand skills by coming these courses.