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
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.
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.