On-line workshop on "Regional Collaboration and Partnership in University Lifelong Learning"
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An on-line distance workshop in real time moderated by Kadri Kiigema, from the University of Tallinn, Estonia
If you are interested in:
- identifying the reasons why universities should work in regional collaboration and partnership;
- finding new partners among regional authorities or employers to broaden the potential market for courses or services and participate in regional development;
exploring the practical issues and opportunities that arise from regional collaborations and partnerships including critical aspects of their success
Then, join us in this on-line session.
Participation is free for all participants since it is part of the IMPLEMENT project supported by the Lifelong Learning Programme of the EC. A maximum of 20 participants can register to this workshop – so be quick.
What is IMPLEMENT?
IMPLEMENT aims at supporting universities in becoming true Lifelong Learning Universities. It is exploiting the excellent training materials of the BeFlexPlus project by creating virtual learning environments. Currently, the course materials are revised, adapted to partners’ LLL circumstances and updated to be turned into 5 distinct and freely available online courses.
These courses are intended for:
- counsellors, advisers, assessors, trainers or process managers working with RPL,
- heads of unit, project managers, experts in regional collaboration and partnership, project consultants, teachers or adult educators,
- administrators or managers in University Lifelong Learning/Continuing Education
- To develop a sustainable set of online training tools in five distinct areas for a wide use throughout Europe
- To use the material in training events for the development of university staff
- To cooperate with key university players for the materials’ adaptation to national and regional needs
- To promote trans-national and trans-sectoral cooperation
- To exploit best practices on key LLL topics