It looks like Romania might be on the right track to achieve widespread validation of non-formal and informal learning. AVA survey results will be available in October - will other countries follow in Romania's footsteps?
EAEA GRUNDTVIG AWARD 2015. Transversal Efforts project aims at helping young people in upper secondary schools and colleges acquire mental health skills. Managing their mental well-being skills helps them to study more effectively, master their lives and facilitate employment during or subsequent to education.
EAEA GRUNDTVIG AWARD 2015. The 4 anchors project increases patient’s knowledge of diabetics through a self-management approach. For balancing blood glucose level, it is important to pay attention to four fields: nutrition, medication, physical activity and a calm mental state – the Four Anchors.
EAEA GRUNDTVIG AWARD 2015. The Med-Assess project focused on the measurement of the job knowledge and general mental abilities of job applicants and employees in the medical field, in particular nurses and formal caregivers.
Despite improvements, adult learning still needs to become more attractive, inclusive, accessible and flexible, states European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training (Cedefop) in its new briefing note 'Encouraging adult learning'.
ADULT EDUCATION AND DEVELOPMENT. EAEA's Belgian member organisation supports projects that alleviate poverty, promote lifelong learning and enhance basic skills. Their development work is targeted at people living in Belgium.
EAEA GRUNDTVIG AWARD 2015. Living Healthy through Generations (Light.gen) project aims to provide families, especially older generation, with knowledge and practical competencies in the field of dietetics, healthy nutrition and an active lifestyle.
EAEA GRUNDTVIG AWARD 2015. The demographic trend of an ever increasing number of over 50 year-olds coupled with a simultaneous “brain drain” of younger people is an increasing problem in many rural areas in Europe. This was a starting point for Vitalise project, one of the nominees for the EAEA Grundtvig Award 2015.
EAEA GRUNDTVIG AWARD 2015. Healthy and Fit in Later Life (HEFILL) 2010–2012 was an endeavour to study offers for older people in the field of sports and movement, make proposals how to increase the level of physical activity among sedentary older people and to enhance the quality of later life.
EAEA Grundtvig Award 2015. Exposé is a hybrid theatre performance of public speaking and contemporary dance. Its work exposes the ongoing problems behind status of patients with Primary Immunodeficiency (PID) and other rare diseases within the local health care system in Serbia.