Adult learning in the workplace that responds to individuals’, employers’ and societal demands needs to become a policy priority, the ET2020 Working Group suggests.
05.09.2018

Report of the ET2020 Working Group on Adult Learning published

The role of the Education and Training Working Group on Adult Learning 2016-2018 of the European Commission, on which EAEA also had a seat, was to identify policies that promote and support workplace learning of adults. The final report is now available.

The report focuses especially in adults struggling with reading, writing, making simple calculations and using digital tools; and on adults with medium skills in need of up-skilling.

The report presents the outcomes of the work carried out in the ET2020 Working Group on Adult Learning. It identifies key messages for policy development along with case studies to inspire new thinking.

EAEA has been the member of the Working Group.

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16.05.2024 projects

Enhancing access to adult learning opportunities: EAEA’s RALExILA project on registries for adult learning and education

The RALExILA project aims to develop an integrated information system for national registries in Adult Learning and Education (ALE). By creating an information model that includes quality assurance and governance frameworks, the project's vision is to improve access to ALE opportunities.

08.03.2024 projects

Sharing and learning from national initiatives for Upskilling Pathways

The Partner UP project organised a development group on February 27, 2024, to enhance cooperation and trust-building among stakeholders for the implementation of the Upskilling Pathways recommendation. The online meeting aimed to provide participants with a space to share their upskilling initiatives, facilitate peer learning, and potentially establish correlations.

29.02.2024 Erasmus+

Digital information path for EU funding available now

A new online tool enables adult learning and education organisations and providers to find EU project funding instruments that are relevant to their needs and meet the operational capacity of the organisations. The tool was developed in the framework of the Erasmus+funded small-scale partnership Path2EU4AE, coordinated by CONEDU and implemented in partnership with EAEA, Auxilium, and Maribor adult education centre.