Implementation of the European Agenda for Adult Learning (EAAL) in Slovenia
The project National Coordinators for the Implementation of the European Agenda for Adult Learning (the EAAL project) in Slovenia is intended for the popularisation of the EAAL’s key messages and educational policy measures at EU and national level. Above all, it is intended for awareness raising on the importance and omnipresence of adult education and lifelong learning as well as on opportunities available for the adult population.
The project addresses all target groups, e.g. representatives of policy, practice and profession, learners, media representatives and the widest public. Special attention is being paid to the low skilled and educationally deprived ones. Project activities are related to existing national endeavours in the field of awareness raising on the importance of adult learning (i.e. the Slovenian Lifelong Learning Week (LLW) and the promotional campaign Role Models Attract), and of non-formal educational provision for basic skills and other key competences, support mechanisms and other approaches tailored to the needs of (non-)learners. The national policy strategy in Slovenia is embodied in the Adult Education Master Plan 2013–2020 and in respective Annual Adult Education Plans. For this purpose, EAAL activities have been planned and implemented at all levels – policy, profession and practice – with special focus on low-skilled adults and other educationally disadvantaged target groups.
Expected project outcomes (2015-2017):
- National Coordinating Body
- Upgraded Adult Learning Awareness Raising Strategy and action plans
- EAAL events 2016
- 2016 Closing EAAL event (and annual EBSN conference)
- Study visit to Ireland
- EAAL events 2017
- 2017 Closing EAAL event and 21st Adult Education Colloquium
- Web-based ICT support and materials
Outcomes of the previous project phase (2014-2015):
Outcomes of the previous project phase (2012-2014):
With the support of the Erasmus+ Programme:
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