Work-Based Learning

Intergenerational Workplace Learning: Who learns what? - ESRALE Course of Lectures, Sixth Session

This is an online event

The importance of intergenerational learning has recently been emphasized by many factors: population ageing, increasing chances of healthy old age, and prolonged job careers create opportunities for several generations meeting in the workplace; knowledge in its turn economy increases the need for creating, expanding and sharing knowledge; etc.

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Latest news on European research in learning and work [L&W] - February 2016

Particularly worth noting in this edition are calls for papers relating to the EUCEN conference in Dublin (see Conferences), the Journal of Vocational Education and Training: Special Issue on VET and race/ ethnicity, and the Journal of International Mobility: Issue No 4 on mobility and skills (see Publications), and an update on the Competence 2016 conference in Wageningen (see Conferences).

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International Volunteering as a Workplace Learning Opportunity - ESRALE Course of Lectures, Fifth Session

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Volunteering in general has been long seen as vital component of democratic societies, namely of the social capital which is deemed of utter importance for the cohesion of the society as such. Numerous researches show the interconnection of volunteering activities with a healthy social capital of the society, therefore bringing the volunteering into the limelight in the context of social cohesion.

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(Virtual) Communities of practice for lifelong learning – Approaches, success stories and challenges - Webinar - 16 December

The DISCUSS project we will be hold a webinar next week, and below you will find a short description of the topic and how to register. The topic I hope may be of interest, but also the experience of seeing how a webinar works may be of interest and something that you might want to incorporate into your practice.

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Latest news on European research in learning and work [L&W] - December 2015

Particularly worth noting in this edition are calls for papers relating to the following international conferences: Action Learning at Ashridge Business School, UFHRD 2016 in Manchester, SCUTREA 2016 in Leicester, EGOS "Activity Theory and Organizations" in Naples and Competence 2016 at Wageningen University (see Conferences).

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Intergenerational Learning: Workplace Learning, Community Learning and Learning within the Family

Intergenerational learning naturally accompanies us through all stages of life. Consequently, it is relevant to inquire under which conditions and circumstances intergenerational learning takes place and what its benefits are.

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Cedefop call for tender: Learning cultures in organizations

The ultimate aim of this contract is to identify cultural patterns (values, beliefs and attitudes) within enterprises and across sectors in respect to the support of learning. By means of extensive case studies, a holistic overview about practices that support workplace learning within successful enterprises in selected sectors will be developed and analysed. It will be further inquired in what ways workplace learning supports business success. The information derived from the study will be processed and made available to different target groups (e.g.

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Learning and catalytic dialogue in decision-making: The case of the Finnish Government

Finland is one of the most successful countries in the world in the field of public management of services, including in Education. The speakers at this seminar who are very experienced in advising national government will concentrate on how catalytic debate uncovers problems in the making of conclusions and recommendations that inform policy, with a focus on catalytic dialogue: forging of solutions beyond original issues and conflicts.

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