? Aepmr | Objectives

Objectives

General Objectives

strengthening the European dimension in education and implementing the lifelong education principle;
facilitating access to education for all those who, regardless of age, wish to acquire new knowledge, skills and competencies;
placing the adult who learns in the centre of the educational process;
increasing his/her capacity to play an active role in society;
understanding the intercultural dimension of education;
increasing the opportunities for adults to find a job, by acquiring new skills and by renewing the ones they already possess;
increasing adults’ chances to re-enter the formal structures of education

Specific objectives

preparing methodologies and materials regarding adult education that can be further used at European level in as many countries as possible;
improving the human resources training process quality involved in adult education;
implementing the lifelong education principle and participating in spreading the good practice in this field.

Target group

It is represented by any adult person, aged over 16, to the extent that he/she is no longer in the formal education system. However, AEPMR’s projects may also address to those who are in the formal education system by providing informal or non-formal education programs and activities.

Adult groups AEPMR primarily focuses on:
adults with special education needs;
adults whose basic education competences or qualification are poor;
adults living in isolated rural areas or in socio-economically disadvantaged areas;
other categories of adults whose access to education is restrited for various other reasons.

Latest news

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December 2015
Newsletter 8 of the Web-to-jobs project can be downloaded from here.

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December 2015
Newsletter 7 of the Web-to-jobs project can be downloaded from here.

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November 2015
Newsletter 6 of the Web-to-jobs project can be downloaded from here.

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November 2015
Newsletter 4 of the I-Treasure project can be downloaded from here.

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October 2015
The final conference of the I-TREASURE project will take place in Zamudio, Spain on 21st October 2015. More details here http://i-treasure.eu/content/final-conference

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September 2015
The handbooks for trainers of the I-TREASURE project are available online, including in Romanian. More details: http://i-treasure.eu/documents2

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September 2015
The final conference of the M-HOUSE project will take place in Brussels on 5th October 2015. More details here http://www.m-house.eu/

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September 2015
The catalogue of good practices of the ACTing project is available online here http://www.acting4elderly.eu/good-practices/

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June 2015
Newsletter 5 of the Web-to-jobs project can be downloaded from here.

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May 2015
The third newsletter of the I-treasure project is available here.

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March 2015
Newsletter 4 of the Web-to-jobs project can be downloaded from here.

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February 2015
Second partners meeting in Murcia, Spain within the Web2jobs European project:http://web2jobs.eu/

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January 2015
The third newsletter of the Web-2-jobs project is available here.

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December 2014
Newsletter 2 of the Web-to-jobs project can be downloaded from here

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November 2014
Second partners meeting in Lodz, Poland of the European project Web2jobs http://web2jobs.eu/

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November 2014
Third partners' meeting in Piraeus, Greece of the European project "I-treasure - Internet Treasure Hunt Improving the Attractiveness of Learning for Seniors" //i-treasure.eu/