19-20 May, 2016
SNSPA, 30A Expozitiei Boulevard, 8th floor, room 804, Sector 1, Bucharest
Through this workshop, which will be held on the 19th and the 20th of May 2016, we aim to bring together in an atmosphere of mutual learning young graduates of university programmes in the field of social sciences, teachers, public administration staff, researchers, professionals in the field and representatives of civil society.
Under the academic coordination of Professor Iordan Bărbulescu, PhD, the young beneficiaries will be made aware of the opportunities they have at their disposal, through measures that are promoted at the EU level and at the level of member states, for capitalising upon the competencies they have gained in learning experiences, other than formal. The participants will have at their disposal useful information and guidance in order to be competitive on the labour market and to better promote their skills. In other words, the purpose of the event is to familiarize young graduates in social sciences with the possibilities for validating non-formal and informal learning, which are promoted through the policies and measures of the European Union. The keynote speaker of the workshop will be an international expert in the assessment and recognition of non-formal and informal learning.
People who are interested in the event can opt for simple participation or participation with a paper. For either of the two options please send us your intention by 1st of April, 2016, by e-mail at the following address: email@example.com. The number of places is limited!
During the two days, the event will focus on the following topics:
This workshop is the first event in the series of international events conducted by ARRISE / ECSA Romania in the Jean Monnet project Assessment and recognition of non-formal and informal learning in the EU – A-LEARN, co-financed by the European Commission through the ERASMUS+ Programme, Jean Monnet Activities, Jean Monnet Support for Institutions and Associations, 2015 – EAC/A04/2014.
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