The MOTIV-ACTION project aims to create new career opportunities for unemployed adults by increasing and improving digital guidance services in Europe. Project partners will create a set of digital tools supporting unemployed adults to access learning or career opportunities. The project also develops innovative methodologies for employment counsellors, career guidance professionals, and adult education providers.
The EAEA Younger Staff Training will take place in Brussels between 13-17 September 2021, focusing on policy and advocacy in adult learning and education, and change-oriented approaches in the field. For the first time, some of the sessions will be available for virtual participation. Registrations are now open!
Despite difficulties raised due to the pandemic, about 160 low-skilled adults across Italy, Cyprus, Portugal and the United Kingdom participated in various trainings, all part of the pilot phase to evaluate and test self assessment tools focusing on personal, social and learning to learn (PSL) competences. The trainings we organised as part of the MASTER Erasmus+ project.
Time is moving quickly, and anything around the term “sustainability” has gained widespread attention in the past years. From the dinner table to the Sunday night talk show and into our local adult education centres, sustainability is arriving at the centre stage of many European societies. What is at stake and what are our pathways to advocacy for a sustainable future for all?
The RegALE consortium has launched a survey to investigate the challenges and opportunities of the adult education sector at regional and local levels. The survey also intends to map the gaps and needs of education organisations and stakeholders.
Learners as leaders -workshop showcased that adult learning is not only a tool for personal growth, but it can be used to develop our communities and societies for the better.
In the framework of the BLUESS project, coordinated by the State Vocational Education Institute in Slovakia, EAEA has drafted a report that looks at basic skills policy and practice in Europe, focusing on non-formal adult learning and education. The report is now available!
EAEA welcomes the European Commission’s interest in the demographic change and its effect on Europe. EAEA advocates for a resourceful utilisation of adult education and learning to support the recovery from the pandemic. However, a more inclusive and comprehensive view on ageing and the needs and the potential of the elderly people is needed.