Innovate, learn, share, act
E-learning course on policy and practices for Upskilling Pathways
The online course “Innovate – Learn, Share, Act” aims at deepening the knowledge and fostering the discussion about the Upskilling Pathways initiative (UP). The course started in May and ended in November 2019, and took place on EAEA learning platform. The recordings of the webinars, discussions, and course materials are available on the Moodle platform so you can still attend online.
Through this course, you will
- gain knowledge about the Upskilling Pathways initiative and other Lifelong Learning policies at the European level;
- acquire new insights based on policy examples and practices from the European adult education sector;
- improve your understanding of how to implement the Upskilling Pathways initiative at different levels.
Structure of the course and methodology:
The course is taking place on the AE-PRO learning platform. You can attend the whole course or individual sessions. The community aspect is one of the strongest elements of the course, so participants are invited to use the platform’s forum to exchange ideas, inputs, and proposals.
The course is composed of 4 modules:
- Policy overview and European advocacy
- Skills assessment
- Tailor-made offers
- Validation and recognition
Each module is structured in 3/5 sessions, with a mix of webinars, forum discussions and self-study.
Adult education trainers and staff; policy-makers involved in adult education.
How to enrol
There is no age limit, the study language is English, and the training is free of charge.
You can enrol in each module separately. Once you click on the module, first you have to log in or create your account (if you have not done it before). Then you can enrol as a student. After enrolling you will be able to see the full programme of the sessions included in the module. The website will guide you in the process.
Recognition of participants’ learning outcomes
For each session of each module, participants will receive a learning badge (14 in total). A final certificate is foreseen for participants who will miss a maximum of one session per module (around 70% of attendance).