Adult education organisations in the countries of the European community

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Publisher: European Association for the Education of Adults in Barcelona

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  • Adult education -- European Economic Community countries

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Other titlesOrganizaciones de educación de adultos en los países de la comunidad Europea : notas para una guía.
Statement[edited by: European Association for the Education of Adults].
ContributionsCommission of the European Communities. Task Force for Human Resources, Education, Training and Youth, European Association for the Education of Adults
The Physical Object
Pagination192 p.
Number of Pages192
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18584982M

The European Network of Cultural Centres (ENCC) unites local, regional and national networks across the European Union, representing over 5, cultural centres in 24 countries. This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. Adult education is now considered a mainstream academic discipline in several African countries, and its importance in today's knowledge and "ideas" economies is growing steadily. It is provided by organisations such as public universities, training colleges, corporate universities and employers. The successful operation of educational organisations requires sound leadership and management. Hake B () Adult education research: trends in the western European countries: with special reference to university-based research. UNESCO International Seminar on Research Trends in Adult Education, Montreal. Hake B and Marriott S (eds) () Adult education between cultures: encounters and identities in European adult education since   In this paper, the authors seek to disentangle what they see as contradictory uses of the term “professionalisation” with reference to adult educator development and training (AEDT). They set out to distinguish professionalisation from professionalism, and to identify the locus of control of AEDT in Germany, the UK and India. In these three countries, all of which have a long tradition of.

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Adult education can have so many positive effects for those taking advantage of today’s education system. Regardless of age, adults are able to go back to school, if for nothing but to do something fun for themselves. Learning as an adult increase. Religion in the European Union is diverse. The largest religion in the EU is Christianity, which accounted for % of EU population as of Smaller groups include those of Islam, Buddhism, Judaism, Hinduism, and some East Asian religions, most concentrated in Germany and present are revival movements of pre-Christianity European folk religions including Heathenism, Rodnovery. Autism-Europe is the umbrella organisation for a network of more than 80 associations of parents of people with autism across 30 European countries. Autism-Europe has established a structured dialogue with the institutions of the European Union and the World Health Organisation, to advocate for the rights of people with autism. The Federal Government has commended the European Union (EU) for awarding scholarship to over 90 Nigerians under its European Community Action Scheme for .

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E-book DE EN FR. Country descriptions EN. Description: Through a comprehensive overview of policies and data related to the renewed European agenda for adult learning, this Eurydice report aims to support the exchange of policy and practice between countries.

Through a comprehensive overview of policies and data related to the renewed European agenda for adult learning, this Eurydice report aims to support the exchange of policy and practice between countries.

The report concentrates on measures to ensure that the most vulnerable groups of adult learners, in particular those with low basic skills or insufficient qualifications, have appropriate 5/5.

Adult education staff mobility is framed within the European Development Plan of the sending organisations aimed at modernising and internationalising their mission. The mobility project must set out your professional development goals as a member of staff and make sure that what you learn is both properly recognised and shared throughout your.

comparison of the developments in the area of adult education in the countries presented, while at the same moment it acts as a useful tool for infl uencing policies at national at European level. The report is based on a survey sent to EAEA’s members, through which civil society organizations and adult.

The European Bureau of Adult Education, amongst other organisations, stands for the idea that in order for adult education to serve the ever-greater demands that it faces, its leaders, researchers, practitioners and students must make collaboration a major plank in its development.

The role of adult education in Europe. As an educator, I firmly believe that adult education is a key component for the empowerment of citizens and the establishment of democratic and sustainable communities. I am convinced that being part of the EAEA team and focusing on non-formal adult learning will create new perspectives for me and change the way I perceive education as an entity.

The project aims: Develop a joint research and PhD programme in ALE (Adult Learning and Education), leading to a mutual degree at EQF level 8 and redesigning the existing EMAE programme (European Master in Adult Education), including teaching/learning materials; platform for exchange and collaboration; Foster the European dimension in study and research of.

The institutions must, first of all, guarantee and assure themselves to be ethic places, also to offer themselves as benchmarks to all those work-places, public and voluntary organizations which want to act to be, firstly, places of education. Organisations wanting to take part in these opportunities can either apply as an individual organisation, or as part of a "national mobility consortium"; a group of adult education organisations managed by a single coordinating organisation.

Adult education organisations in the countries of the European community book Adult education is now considered a mainstream academic discipline in several African countries, and its importance in today’s knowledge and “ideas” economies is growing steadily.

It is provided by organisations such as public universities, training colleges, corporate universities and employers. The successful operation of educational organisations requires sound leadership and management.

Adult Education in Developed Countries 18 Even though, the purposes, functions, organizational formats and financial resources of adult education show certain common features in all countries, they also show significant differences especially according to the development levels of various countries.

American Association for Adult and Continuing Education. The AAACE, the American Association for Adult and Continuing Education, located in Bowie, MD, is devoted to "helping adults acquire the knowledge, skills, and values needed to lead productive and satisfying lives.".

Its mission is to provide leadership in the field of adult and continuing education, to expand opportunities for growth. which recognize that adult education does not occur in a value-free vacuum (Simpson, ).

In fact, the reliance upon simple, technical models of planning has been a major deficiency in adult education programming (Brookfield, ).

Research is given special prominence in this book. The practitioner who. Adult Learners, Education and Training book. Adult Learners, Education and Training. DOI link for Adult Learners, Education and Training an analysis of British trainers in the European Community context.

View abstract. chapter 10 a study of four organizations. View abstract. chapter 16 | 15 pages ‘Drinking from one pot’: Yemeni. adult education system. Most countries were able to provide details on the number of publicly funded organisations, but were less likely to have data on the number of NGO and private providers.

European countries made it difficult to make meaningful comparisons. Int. Conf. on Adult Education and Development, Dar es Salaam, Pergamon, Oxford UNESCO Final Report, Third Int. Conf Adult Education, Tokyo, 25 Jul-7 Aug, UNESCO, Paris UNESCO Recommendation on the Development of Adult Education.

UNESCO, Paris UNESCO Prospects for Adult Education and Development in Asia and the Pacific. Comparing Adult Education in the United States and Other Countries Alan Knox* This article provides an international comparative perspective on various American adult education programs, characteristics, and combination of personal and situational influences.

Fourteen brief sections based on. The information network on education in Europe, Eurydice has since been one of the strategic mechanisms established by the European Commission and Member States to boost cooperation, by improving understanding of systems and policies.

SinceEurydice has also been an integral part of Socrates, the Community action programme in education. The result was that adult education does not seem to have any effect on the inclination to postpone early retirement: TV = adult education: Compared people who completed adult education at 42‐ and above with people of the same age who did not complete such an education.

Wider Benefits of Adult Education Over the last few years, political as well as scientific debates have stressed the growing importance of adult education. There prevails a consensus that adult education plays a significant role in promoting personal, social and economic well-being, which has also long been recognised by DVV International.

The European Values lecture series, organized by the Chair in European Values of the University of Antwerp and UCSIA, digs deeper into the crises of European values. François Foret (ULB) discusses the problems inherent to the EU’s own insistence on European values, showing how vulnerable this type of discourse is to backlash.

The European Economic Community (EEC) was a regional organisation that aimed to bring about economic integration among its member states. It was created by the Treaty of Rome of Upon the formation of the European Union (EU) inthe EEC was incorporated and renamed the European Community (EC).Inthe EC's institutions were absorbed into the EU's wider framework and the community.

Teaching an Old Dog New Tricks: Investigating How Age, Ability, and Self Efficacy Influence Intentions to Learn and Learning among Participants in Adult Education By Phipps T.

A., Simone; Prieto, Leon C.; Ndinguri, Erastus N Academy of Educational Leadership Journal, Vol. 17, No. 1, January qualifications within European countries related to higher education. This process impacts adult education in areas such as library science and information studies (Johnson, ).

Lifelong learning policies are another example of European Union policy that impacts adult education (Lee, Thayer, & Madyun, ) and agenda setting for policy.

Aims and themes of the network. Central aim of the network “Education and Learning of Older Adults” (ELOA) is to bring together research activities in this field on a European scale and to establish a regular interchange of research annual periodical network conferences the European collaboration in this field of educational research should be strengthened and common research projects and.

The European Union (EU) is a political and economic union of 27 member states that are located primarily in Europe. Its members have a combined area of 4, km 2 (1, sq mi) and an estimated total population of about million.

The EU has developed an internal single market through a standardised system of laws that apply in all member states in those matters, and only those. The conditions for accredited organisations’ access to funding will be defined in yearly calls for proposals published by the European Commission.

Award of the Erasmus accreditation confirms that the applicant has set up a plan to implement high quality mobility activities and to use them to improve its education and training offer. No single system or model of adult education and training describes the actual situation in the countries of Western Europe.

Considerable variability exists from nation to nation in regard to scope, characteristics, organization, and financing. The countries, however, share an interest in the deliberate expansion of all phases of adult education.

private, not-for-profit providers (e.g. non-profit organisations, adult education centres, parent education organisations etc.), social-partnership-based, political or denominational or non-denominational providers (professional organisations, trade unions, national churches etc.), associations and umbrella organisations, CET in self-organised.

Get this from a library. NARIC: network of national academic recognition information centres in the member states of the European Community and the countries of the European Free Trade Association. [Commission of the European Communities. Task Force Human Resources, Education, Training, and Youth.; ERASMUS (Organization);].

The guide outlines the structure of the educational systems of member countries in the European Community. Chapters cover the following countries: Belgium, Denmark, West Germany, France, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom.

Usually covered for each country's educational system are general principles; preschool, primary, and secondary education; technical .The European Development Fund provides funds from the European Community for support of development in African, Caribbean, and Pacific countries with traditional ties to Europe.

UNESCO is one of the few agencies within the UN system with a sectoral unit responsible for informatics.At European Union level, there are numerous non-binding statements on children with disabilities’ education but no requirement on member countries to have inclusive education.

Technically, Article 13 of the Treaty of Amsterdam allows for appropriate action to combat discrimination on a range of grounds, including age and disability.