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EPALE

Elektronisch platform voor volwasseneneducatie in Europa

 
 

Evenementen

Hier vindt u belangrijke evenementen in de volwasseneneducatie, zoals conferenties en cursussen in heel Europa gericht op mensen die werken in de volwasseneneducatie. 

We kijken ernaar uit van u te horen. De komende maanden krijgt u de mogelijkheid uw eigen evenementen toe te voegen en de aandacht te trekken van lezers in heel Europa.

Hoe gebruikt u de kalender?

Met behulp van de kalender kunt u zoeken naar specifieke gebeurtenissen of zoeken op land, taal, datum, doelgroep en het type evenement dat u wilt bezoeken.  Klik op het kalenderitem om alle informatie over het evenement te weten te komen.

Zoals steeds zijn wij geïnteresseerd in uw mening. Als u vragen of suggesties heeft over de kalender, neem dan contact met ons op via de EPALE-helpdesk of via Twitter op @EPALE_EU.

Let op: De evenementen die worden weergegeven in de kalender worden niet ondersteund door de Europese Commissie. Het is raadzaam om nader te bekijken of een evenement voldoet aan uw behoeften. De Europese Commissie kan niet verantwoordelijk worden gehouden voor eventuele annuleringen van de evenementen genoemd in de EPALE-kalender. Gebruikers wordt aangeraden om de individuele websites van het evenement regelmatig te controleren op wijzigingen.

E. 28/04/2017
vrijdag 28 april 2017, Belgium

L'APPROCHE PAR COMPÉTENCES EN PRATIQUE

L'APPROCHE PAR COMPÉTENCES EN PRATIQUE : COLLOQUE DU CEF (LE CONSEIL DE L’ÉDUCATION ET DE LA FORMATION EN COMMUNAUTÉ FRANÇAISE DE BELGIQUE)

REGARDS ET TÉMOIGNAGES D'ACTEURS ENGAGÉS AVEC DES PUBLICS EN QUÊTE DE QUALIFICATION

Vendredi 28 avril 2017, de 9h00 à 16h30 au Palais des Académies, 1000 Bruxelles

Pour le programme détaillé de la journée, ainsi que pour vous inscrire:

27 maart 2017
by Michèle Mombeek
vrijdag 28 april 2017, Europe

Chat sur Twitter sur l'Education des adultes

Ruth Frendo représentait Malte lors d'un projet de coopération Erasmus+ sur l'inclusion sociale. A cette occasion, elle a rencontré des demandeurs d'asile et des réfugiés à Malte, et a pu établir des contacts personnels avec eux au travers de leurs récits. Ses recherches ont été traduites dans 7 langues et ont abouti à la production d'un documentaire pédagogique.

donderdag 4 mei 2017 tot vrijdag 5 mei 2017
, Belgium

EU Economic Governance, Brussels (BE), 4-5 May 2017

What is this course about? This course will help you understand the economic governance in the Economic and Monetary Union (EMU). You will discuss the functioning of the European semester, fiscal and macro-economic surveillance, coordination of economic policies with the Europe 2020 and financial stability. You will have also an understanding of the future of the EMU. The first day will discuss the functioning of the European semester, the mechanisms of surveillance of fiscal and macro-economic imbalances, and go into the details of legislative packages of 6-pack and 2-pack, and the Treaty on Stability, Coordination and Governance in the EMU (TSCG), the Compact for Growth and Jobs, etc. It also includes a workshop on the Alert Mechanism Report/IDR reviews and on Country Specific Recommendations. The afternoon will be dedicated to the future of the EMU with a discussion on the White Paper on completing the EMU such as the establishment of a fiscal, economic, banking union and political union and on the role of the European Parliament/national Parliaments. The second day introduces the coordination of economic policies with the Europe 2020, the steps towards a banking union, the monetary policy of the European Central Bank. The seminar will also examine the social dimension of EU and the financial assistance mechanisms such as the European Stability Mechanism.
dinsdag 9 mei 2017, Denmark

Læring i praksis

Lige nu er praksis et centralt tema i læringsdiskussionen. Voksenpædagogisk Forum inviterer til en konference, som går i dybden med praksislæringens potentialer og udfordringer på arbejdspladsen og i uddannelserne.

11 april 2017
by Kristoffer HANS...
dinsdag 9 mei 2017, England

Policy solutions: Devo skills: How mayors can deliver skills, jobs and social inclusion

The Government’s industrial strategy green paper recognised the need for people to access learning opportunities throughout their working lives to help stay on top of technological and economic changes in the labour market around them.

With the devolution of the Adult Education Budget and the introduction of the Apprenticeship Levy, how can Combined Authorities benefit from greater influence over their local adult learning and skills systems and deliver on their new mayors’ manifesto commitments?

donderdag 11 mei 2017 tot vrijdag 12 mei 2017
, Netherlands

Competitive Dialogue and Negotiated Procedures Masterclass, Maastricht (NL), 11-12 May 2017

Who will most benefit? This Master Class is intended for policy-makers, public officials from national and sub-national administrations and other bodies awarding public contracts in EU Member States, candidate countries and beyond, from European institutions and organisations, and from international organisations based in the EU and for their professional advisers. It will particularly benefit those with a good understanding of public procurement issues who wish to improve their knowledge/skills in competitive dialogue and negotiated procedures and who wish discuss practical issues relevant to procurements in progress/about to be launched. What is this course about? Competitive dialogue and negotiated procedures are difficult to implement effectively but are essential for complex infrastructure projects and to modernise public services in the current fiscal climate. In the 2014 Public Procurement Directives competitive dialogue and the new competitive procedure with negotiation are easier to justify and thus likely to be more frequently used. There are also new rules for competitive dialogue and the procedural rules for the competitive procedure with negotiation are more detailed than the former rules of the negotiated procedure with prior publication. Competitive dialogue has also been introduced as an available procedure in the utilities sectors in Directive 2014/25/EU. The many practical questions about the effective implementation of these procedures include, for example: When is competitive dialogue a better procurement route than the restricted procedure or the competitive procedure with negotiation? What justification will be needed for the use of competitive dialogue or the competitive procedure with negotiation in the new directives? What do awarding bodies need to do to plan the effective use of these procedures? How can awarding bodies best use the flexibility which the procedures provide? Experience shows that not all methods of using competitive dialogue and negotiated procedures have so far been equally effective in promoting value for money for the public sector, and objective advice on when and how to use these procedures is hard to find. This master class will give you the opportunity to receive advice on your specific issues from our experts and to share the experience of others in the public sector. Participants will receive a copy of the recent EIPA book ‘Competitive Dialogue and Negotiated Procedures – A Practical Guide’ (2nd edition), written by Michael Burnett and Martin Oder. How will it help you? The approach is based on a high degree of interactive discussion of practical issues faced by participants, allowing for maximum possible attention to individual cases. Numbers are limited to a maximum of 20 participants to facilitate discussion and maximise learning benefits.
donderdag 11 mei 2017, England

Improving language, improving lives

As part of the Bell Foundation’s Language for Change programme, Learning and Work Institute, in partnership with De Montfort University, is delivering Improving Language, Improving Lives. This three-year project aims to enhance ESOL screening and provision delivery in prisons by working with tutors, prison staff and learners to develop and pilot an ESOL screening tool and a Citizens’ Curriculum ESOL course.