Work-Based Learning

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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Electronic Platform for Adult Learning in Europe - Live Stream - 15 April

On 15th of April, the European Commission will have the pleasure to launch officially EPALE, the Electronic Platform for Adult Learning in Europe, during a one-day event in Brussels, and we would very much like to welcome you as a virtual participant!

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LETAE National Seminar

** A report on this seminar may be found here **

Work-based and work-related learning in higher education for adult learners is seen as crucial to address the predicted labour market skills gap identified in such communiques as: New Skills for New Jobs Anticipating and matching labour market and skills needs; and, An Agenda for new skills and jobs: A European contribution towards full employment as part of the Europe 2020 strategy.

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Dr Renée Bleau, a CR&DALL Associate, participated at the 2015 BPS DOP Annual Conference

Dr Renée Bleau, CPsychol, a CR&DALL associate, participated as the British Psychological Society (BPS) Division of Occupational Psychology (DOP), Scotland liaison coordinator for this year’s BPS DOP Annual Conference held in Glasgow earlier this month (7-9 Jan 2015) at the Hilton in the City Centre

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