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EPALE

Electronic Platform for Adult Learning in Europe

 
 

National policies and funding

Experimentation of Personalized  Learning  Workshops:Enseignement de promotion Sociale of the Féderation Wallonie Bruxelles (EPS) and  The Centres publics d’action sociale  (CPAS) 

Valérie FONTAINE  and Françoise MASSART present the initiative of The government of the Brussels Capital Region, which has implemented a plan called « Brussels 2025 »:

The overall objective of this 24-month project called "Development of Qualification Framework for lifelong learning", which started on 7th March 2016 is contribution to strengthening quality and efficiency of the education system including provision of adult learning and contribution to the comparability of education systems in Bosnia and Herzegovina with education systems in the EU based on EU strategy 2020 and EQF.

The significant contributions by the Network of cantonal practitioners to the implementation of the creation of a strategic approach to Planning and Managing and the implementation of development projects in the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH), were highlighted on the three-day seminar in Orašje. The seminar was held with the participation of practitioners from all cantons in the Federation of BiH.

At the meeting of Directors General responsible for general education held in Malta yesterday and today, Estonia outlines its priorities for the education sector during EU presidency. Top priorities include the evolving role of learning and teaching, and paying more attention to links between education and labour market.

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The launch of FE Week’s Save Our Adult Education campaign drew in huge support from 200 passionate supporters of lifelong learning as it was launched on Monday in the Houses of Parliament. The event saw a number of speeches from influential politicians, including apprenticeships and skills minister Robert Halfon, and FE sector leaders.

The campaign is demanding three things from the UK government: