Network on Competence development in and for the workplace organizes a workshop on recognition of skills and competence at the workplace.
The TLC model proves to be an innovative way of organising further training for adult education professionals and shows results that promote entrepreneurship.
”The To-Do methodology has put all local stakeholders at the heart of the development work.”
How do we bring about the best competence development for Nordic adult educators? What competences are needed?
This report maps the perceived competence development needs of adult educators and access to common Nordic initiatives within competence development.
Career Management Skills – What – Why – How?. Malmö, November 23-24 2017.
2nd of May 2017, 14:00 (Brussels Time)
Validation of non-formal and informal learning makes our labour markets more resilient and contributes to the integration of migrants and refugees by valuing the prior knowledge and experiences of people.
Join the free online course to learn more about adult learning in the 21st century. The course is free of charge and organized by EAEA.
How can competences acquired in non-formal adult education and by informal learning be measured? Is it possible to make recommendations and an action plan for validation that would be useful in all EU countries?