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Electronic Platform for Adult Learning in Europe


Barriers to learning

The Advenus project aims to improve and extend the offer of high quality, culturally sensitive open access e-learning resources to adult refugees, and their trainers and teachers in EU countries.

We are able offer five open access courses, translated into five different languages. This is the result of an international research collaboration between INN University of Applied Sciences in Norway (coordinator), LUMSA University in Italy, University of PORTO in Portugal, and Community Development Institute in Macedonia.  Advenus is funded by the EU and Erasmus+.

From the 21st to the 24th of May 2017, Graz (Austria) hosted the kick off meeting of the international project “All In” which is related to the topic of disability in educational contexts.

Beside Italy, the project involves 8 organizations from 7 different European countries (Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Italy, United Kingdom, Slovenia and Spain) and it envisages two years of activities, events and transnational initiatives addressed to social workers.

This year, EAEA awards the best initiatives that support engaging new learners. Have you recently worked on projects or programmes that successfully reached out to new learners? We have just extended the deadline, so go ahead and apply before the 16th of April!

Diversity Management training course aims to improve the pedagogical competences related with the diversity management of adult educators, contributing to the standardization and quality of vocational training to adult educators. Also an objective is to promote a better understanding of diversity, and making use of it to obtain better results to everybody.

On the 27th October EPALE LV was launced at a conference attended by around 100 Adult Education (AE) stakeholders: Ministry of Education and Science, Ministry of Welfare, Ministry of Economics, EACEA representative, municipality representatives, HE representatives, NGO representatives, AE providers, teachers, journalists and employers. By Silvija Kārkliņa, EPALE Latvia project manager
Estonian Minister of Education and Research, Maris Lauri, who attended the high-level Education, Training and Youth Forum in Brussels today, said that nowadays the use of IT for learning is no longer an objective on its own - instead, the focus is on what can be learned with the help of IT and how these skills will be then put to use in working life.