After an enriching two-year journey that gathered more than 200 practitioners all over Europe, the UP-AEPRO partners are ready to launch the UP-AEPRO policy recommendations.
What lessons can be drawn from the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic? EAEA invites to discuss new challenges and opportunities for outreach and access in adult learning during our virtual conference.
Recommendations and reflexions from the social partners
A webinar on online learning with discussion and lots of tips and tricks about how to motivate adult learners online and how to support their learning by creating connections and creating a learning community online.
NVL in cooperation with UIL, the UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning, invites to a webinar on 4th Global Report on Adult Learning and Education (4th GRALE).
Inspiration from Iceland and the Netherlands
The Nordic countries work together on digitalisation. The goal is to turn the Nordic - Baltic region into a coherent and integrated
UNESCO report shows that in almost one-third of countries, fewer than 5% of adults aged 15 and above participate in education and learning programmes.
NVL shares knowledge and results from the work of our Nordic networks through a new dissemination format, called one-pager.
Extended deadlines for papers and abstracts. For more information see the conference page.
Learn how to make adult education relevant and visible in mainstream media.
One day workshop in Copenhagen to improve your writing skills.
Invitation to seminar - Scandic Hotel Ørnen
This report maps the perceived competence development needs of adult educators and access to common Nordic initiatives within competence development.
9 May 2017 9.30-10.30 CET. This webinar is part of the LEK-project, where NVL is a partner.
This report draws on monitoring surveys completed by 139 UNESCO Member States.
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.
Since the end of the 1990s, participation in transnational projects as part of EU funding programmes has become an indispensable element of adult education. This kind of project work creates new research results and pedagogical findings, shapes innovative educational concepts and learning products, and organises exchanges of information and the mobility of teachers and learners. By this means, cross-border cooperation plays a role in improving the quality of education.
Adult Education and Training in Europe: Widening Access to Learning Opportunities
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The NVL expert network regarding validation has been asked to identify common Nordic challenges in the field of validation.