We are pleased to invite papers for presentation at the SCUTREA Conference to be held from 7-9 July 2015.
Please find below a link to the SCQF Partnership’s conference on 19 February 2015 - entitled SCQF - An Unexpected Journey - which will celebrate the past present and future of the Framework.
Are you interested in competence-based adult education and strategies to enhance lifelong learning? Do you wish to gain more insight in the competences and skills European adults need to participate in today’s society?
Alan Rogers looks at learning (formal, nonformal and informal) and examines the hidden world of informal (unconscious, unplanned) learning. He points out the importance of informal learning for creating tacit attitudes and values, knowledge and skills which influence (conscious, planned) learning – formal and non-formal.
The transitions between university and the world of work remain a key concern for policy makers and practitioners across the UK nations and beyond. Work placements and internships have become an increasingly significant focus of activity, aiming to ‘bridge’ the gap between study and work.
Our earlier ACE Lifelong Learning seminars in this series have set a foundation and context in which to consider the “challenges” Professor Power will outline in acknowledging that “quality education” needs to be “directed at the full development of the human personality” across all life stages, ages and levels.
The World committee for lifelong learning (CMA), the UNESCO Institute for lifelong learning (UIL) and the International Council for Adult Education (ICAE) are pleased to announce a 50% discount on registrations received before September 1st, 2014 for the 4th World Forum of Lifelong Learning, taking place in Paris, 5-6 February 2015.
Adult Education Policy and the European Union: Theoretical and Methodological Perspectives, Edited by Marcella Milana and John Holford (Sense Publishers, Rotterdam, 2014). The open access ebook is featured below...
We are pleased to share with you the first Connect-VET electronic newsletter showcasing activities between Vocational Training Organisations and SMEs.
Gender-role stereotypes are barriers to women trying to access education, choosing the course they want to study (for example, nursing versus engineering) and participating in lifelong learning. And in the job market, salaries, promotion opportunities and professional development all reflect gender inequalities.
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