Weekly Roundup

Feedback on the practice chart: Good Practices for Quality in Training

The fifth thematic EPALE meeting on 20 September 2017 was the occasion of a series of discussions and reflections on the quality of training. During the meeting  three different themes of work were proposed:

  • good practices between providers and trainers
  • qualifications, references and business practices
  • research and innovation in training to support good practices

This thematic EPALE meeting on the Quality of Training was an excellent opportunity for discussions, sharing experiences and building networks, and the workshops helped to make the day a time for consideration and for identifying issues and avenues to improve quality in all its dimensions. See all the discussions and comments made by participants in the blog here.


Digital tools in adult education – win an iPad!

Reminder: only two weeks left to participate in our Open Call! Submit your idea for using digital tools in (adult)education before October 31st and win an iPad!

This open call is launched as part of the Erasmus+ project Digi4Adults. You can find all information related to our project and the open call here: www.digi4adults.se

For more information, please click here.


BiH prisons staff improves treatment of prisoners by offering them a range of activities

A group of 20 prison staff from various parts of Bosnia and Herzegovina specialising in treatment and security of prisoners met in Mostar on 19 and 20 October to hone their skills in the delivery of specialised programmes of purposeful activities to prisoners under the framework of the Horizontal Facility for Western Balkans and Turkey ‘’Enhancing human rights protection for detained and sentenced persons’’.

It is a three-year programme (May 2016 – May 2019), focused on three themes: ensuring justice, fighting economic crime as well as combating discrimination and protecting the rights of vulnerable groups. It has a budget of 25 million euros, of which 20 million euros has been provided by the European Union and 5 million euros by the Council of Europe. More information about the Horizontal Facility is available here.


Mini-congress ‘campus accessibility’

The overall goal of the ICLife project is to make life on a campus for higher education more inclusive. More specifically, ICLife promotes and supports the inclusion of people with intellectual disabilities in campus life. ICLife organises two exciting days that will interest anyone who is committed to advocating basic rights of people with (intellectual) disabilities. You can enrol for either one day or for both days. Location:  Kleinhoefstraat 4, 2440 Geel, Belgium.

Read more and register here.


LIVE! The final seminar of the European AGENDA for Adult 31.10.2017

Activities of the project have been targeted at increasing the willingness of parents of young children (up to the age of 7) with lower levels of education and outdated skills to return to formal education.

As an initiative led by NGOs, the parents of young children belonging to the target group (without basic or secondary education) were mapped and provided with training packages familiarising them with learning opportunities.

The seminar takes place in the framework of the EU Erasmus+ programme and the admission is free.  For further information see: www.andras.ee/agenda


 

The 14th edition of intergenerational workshops kick off in Malta

On the 11th of October 2017 the first session of the 14th edition of Darba waħda took place in the heart of Bormla, Malta. Darba waħda is part of Valletta 2018’s Cultural Programme and seeks to bring together elderly people and youngsters to share memories, narrate stories, play games, participate in drama, create, and enjoy each other’s company whilst learning from each other through a creative platform.

Check out the on how these sessions also serve as a learning tool for its participants here. For more information please click here.

 

 

Prepared by  Magda Seidelmannová