Further to the webinar Workplace practices unlocking employee potential held on the 13th October by Cedefop together with Eurofound , presenting the key findings of the European Company Survey 2019 and their implications for policy and practice, two forthcoming webinars will be held:
There is suddenly a crispness in the air and, although higher education will look quite different to this time last year, September is for many of us the 'real' new year, bringing with it a new perspective and fresh possibilities.
STARTS NEXT WEEK! Festival Program of Events featured below.
Adult Learners Week is celebrated at the beginning of Spring with hundreds of events and activities promoting the benefits of learning. There are so many opportunities to learn available across Australia.
This is the monthly e-Bulletin from FACE (the Forum for Access and Continuing Education), offered to practitioners, policy-makers, researchers and others with an interest in access, widening participation and lifelong learning.
This free webinar, hosted by the Forum for Access and Continuing Education (FACE) and chaired by Professor John Storan, will focus on Access to HE for mature and part-time learners. Ann-Marie Karadia and John Butcher will consider and explore the impact and implications that the pandemic is having and will continue to have for mature and part-time learners and their access to higher education opportunities.
The impact of COVID-19 has meant that Higher Education providers have had to rapidly re-purpose their work to mainly virtual forms to reach learners and support schools and colleges. However, as we look forward to 2020-2021, what does this mean for widening access to higher education work going forward?
The shift from the direct public funding of higher education to fee-based funding supported by student loans was supposed to put university finances on a stable footing and remove them from politics. John Holmwood, professor of sociology at the University of Nottingham and a co-founder of the Campaign for the Public University, argues that fee-based systems of higher education are in crisis.
"Learning and Living in Diverse Communities" was the theme of the conference that took place in the House of Civic Communities in the city of Pécs, Hungary, in June 2019. It was the 11th conference which the specialized network on “Between Global and Local – Adult Learning and Communities” of the European Society on the Research for the Education of Adults (ESREA) has been organizing ever since 2006.
We are delighted to invite you to attend our first ever virtual Informal Literacy Discussion, which we are privileged to be hosting in partnership with the UNESCO Chair in Adult Literacy and Learning for Social Transformation at the University of East Anglia, UK on 6th May at 12 noon BST.
We are delighted to invite you to participate in our popular #All4Social Change University of East Anglia webinar series.
On Monday 27th April at 1 pm (BST), the webinar will be a joint event with the UNESCO Chair in Refugee Integration through Languages and the Arts at Glasgow University, hosted by the University of Sanctuary at the University of East Anglia on ‘Language sanctuaries: why language is integral to the arts of integration’.
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