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"DIGITAL AND BASIC COMPETENCES FOR ADULT EDUCATION". DIGI+

Start date: 01 Oct 2016, End date: 30 Sep 2018,

... ility flow of 9 professionals counselor and trainer profile and management of each partner attending a structured 3-day course in another prestigious center of adult education and continuing training BFI Tirol in Austria, which will acquire new techniques and training methods in digital competition for long-term unemployed and in particular for over 45 years that forms in their respective training ...
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Fachqualifizierung für die 24-Stunden-Betreuung

Start date: 01 Sep 2015, End date: 31 Aug 2017,

Based on demographic trends the number of 24-hour caregivers, who are not educated nurses, is strongly increasing. With respect to the allowed caring activites performed by the staff, both sides, the staff itself as well as the affected families, have very limited knowledge. Moreover, the 24-hour caring staff is not required to have any specific education. Besides, they usually lack German or Ital ...
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... ated and qualified facilitators in order to implement intergenerational learning successfully in our companies. Our project consortium consists of service providers for regional companies such as the BFI Tirol (AT), the Chamber of Commerce Terrassa (ES), the CCI training centre IHK-Projektgesellschaft (DE), the Consulting company "Kossa & Partner" (DE), the company INOVAFOR (PT) as well as FORTH ( ...
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Central to the project is the question of how to reach those remote from education – i.e., people who for whatever reason have had little or no formal adult education - to improve their participation in further education and to design and provide low-threshold learning opportunities. Studies show that only about 10% of the low-qualified participate in further education – among graduates of univers ...
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The demographic situation in Europe is changing. People are getting older and need tostay longer in their working lives. In the past older employees initiated younger oneshow to work, but nowadays technical knowledge changes very quickly and it oftenoccurs that the older workers need to get taught by younger ones. This can causeconflict between older experienced workers to younger bosses, both in ...
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Education Against Marginalisation

Start date: 01 Oct 2009,

In several parts of Europe like Eastern-Europe, Southern-Europe, but also regarding immigrants in the North of Europe marginalization of minority-groups is one of the biggest threats of European society. One of the most difficult challenges in Europe is social inclusion of these minority-groups in nowadays society. These European inhabitants (incl. unemployed, elderly and low-educated) experience ...
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RE-ACTIVATING TEACHERS AND LEARNERS

Start date: 01 Jan 2011,

One of the key challenges across European learning at present is learner motivation. The disconnection between official curricula and learners' perceptions and expectations with regard to the relevance of what they learn in school is a problem for all, but affects particularly those for whom the resulting lack of motivation, together with other factors, means they do not finish official secondary ...
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A changing European demography coupled with an increasing need for technical competence in many sectors, led to the Intergenerational Learning (IGLOO) project being launched. Conscious of the potential for conflict, in particular within learning and training situations, with younger workers increasingly at the helm, the IGLOO project targeted human resources professionals and aimed at capacity-bui ...
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One of the key challenges across Europe concerning Youth is: • to solve the extremely vulnerable situation of unemployed Youth in regard of an appropriate vocational educational training • In some EU member states the youth unemployment rate is currently higher than 40%. That means, nearly every second young person is out of work in some EU countriesAlthough youth unemployment is very hi ...
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