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EPALE

Electronic Platform for Adult Learning in Europe

 
 

Life skills

What are the new tools in education and careers guidance? How is the increased use of online guidance influencing the accessibility of guidance services? To what extent is the use of new technologies changing the demands being placed on advisors? Alongside the plenary discussion, the Euroguidance Conference 2017 also held five parallel method and discussion workshops. Let’s take a look back.

On the first week of November DVV International organised a follow-up seminar for participants of training „Development and Evaluation of Curricula for Adult Education“ who successfully finished all the assigned tasks and all three modules of the training.

The seminar was led by the trainers Prof.Dr. Šefika Alibabić and Prof.Dr. Miomir Despotović, and also Prof.Dr. Aleksandra Pejatović, professors from the Department for Andragogy of Faculty of Philosophy University of Belgrade.

International Conference on Good Examples of Adult Education, (within the Implementation of European Agenda for Adult Learning) took place on October 3&4 in İstanbul.  Adult Education experts, teachers,learners, ambassadors of NGO and municipalities attended the conference. We could see and share good examples of adult education in Turkey.

Foundation Tempus- Euroguidance Centre, Serbian national centre of the European network of national resources and information centres for guidance, is organizing "Career Guidance Week" 3-6 October, which will include the following events:

What is your experience with vulnerable young adults? Do you have knowledge about practice and research? Do you want to be part of a practical and knowledge sharing project focused on young adults, vulnerability, and creative learning processes? Erasmus+, Creative EU?

A group of partners has been working together on a series of projects focusing on the cooperation between colleges / placement providers and workplaces when training students for jobs.  The partnership is a mix of consultants and colleges with a comprehensive background in different sectors from different school systems.

The main idea here is that all parties should be responsible, school, workplace and student.

We can list three projects: