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The main aims of the Network are:

To promote Intergenerational Learning (IGL) by bringing together practitioners throughout Europe

To facilitate the exchange of ideas, expertise and effective practice by establishing channels of communication

To create support structures for influencing policy through research, dissemination and advocacy

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WELCOME to the European Network for Intergenerational Learning website!



The main aims of the Network are:

To promote Intergenerational Learning (IGL) by bringing together practitioners throughout Europe

To facilitate the exchange of ideas, expertise and effective practice by establishing channels of communication

To create support structures for influencing policy through research, dissemination and advocacy

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The main aim of the European Network in Intergenerational Learning is to promote IntergenerationalLearning (IGL) by bringing together and supporting sustainable, effective practice in the field and by facilitating the exchange of ideas and expertise beyond individual projects, and by creating a mechanism for practitioners to influence policy and practice.


The Network responds to the need identified among practitioners to offer a platform and incentives for fostering new ideas and new developments in intergenerational learning across Europe, and to provide the infrastructure for on-going exchange of expertise, good practice, news, research and developments in the field.


The project results will be as follows:

3 annual reports on the state-of-art in IGL in Europe

3 conferences, one every year, based on the results of the reports above.

European Glossary for IGL translated in all partner languages.

Website for exchange of expertise in IGL and as a forum for practitioners' voices.

Support the streamlining, development, marketing and delivery of Grundtvig IST courses in the field of IGL.

Network's magazine with a biannual frequency, online and hard copies.

National advocacy colloquiums in each partner country.

Definition: a learning partnership based on reciprocity and mutuality involving people of different ages where the generations work together to gain skills, values and knowledge.


Criteria:

Involve more than 1 generation;

Planned purpose and progressive;

Mutually beneficial learning.

The project results will be as follows:

3 annual reports on the state-of-art in IGL in Europe

3 conferences, one every year, based on the results of the reports above.

European Glossary for IGL translated in all partner languages.

Website for exchange of expertise in IGL and as a forum for practitioners' voices.

Support the streamlining, development, marketing and delivery of Grundtvig IST courses in the field of IGL.

Network's magazine with a biannual frequency, online and hard copies.

National advocacy colloquiums in each partner country.

Conference Materials



Third Thematic Conference
Integenerational Learning Cities
16-18 October, 2013, Cuenca, Spain

3nd ENIL Conference Materials, Cuenca 2013




Second Thematic Conference
Intergenerational Learning: Towards Active Ageing and Integenerational Solidarity
24-26 October 2012, Nuremberg

Download Conference Materials




First Thematic Conference
Intergenerational Learning and Volunteering
10-11 November 2011, Rome

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What's New?

Newsletter of the European Network of Intergenerational Learning (ENIL), Issue 1

Intergenerationelles Lernen – Elternarbeit als Schlüssel zum Schulerfolg

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Downloadable materials and/or links


Report on Intergenerational Learning and Volunteering

Bericht zu Intergenerationalem Lernen und Ehren-amt

Rapport sur l’apprentissage intergénérationnel et le volontariat

Case studies on Volunteering and Intergenerational Learning

European Interactive Dictionary of Intergenerational Learning Terms

Dictionary of Intergenerational Learning Terms for android devices

European Multilingual Dictionary of Intergenerational Learning Terms

European Glossary for Intergenerational Learning

Enil Magazine ( Issues 1 and 2 )

Enil Magazine ( Issue 3 )

Intergenerational Learning and Active Ageing - European Report

Intergenerational Learning and Active Ageing - Executive Summary

1st ENIL Conference Materials, Rome 2011

2nd ENIL Conference Materials, Nuremberg 2012

3nd ENIL Conference Materials, Cuenca 2013

AUSTRIA

Partners Information:



Pädagogische Hochschule Tirol, PHT


The Pedagogical University Tyrol was given university status in 2007.

Our institution offers courses leading to a Bachelor Degree in Education and teaching qualifications at the following levels and in the following subject areas:

Our institution has participated in the Erasmus programme since 1991.

We are also offering in-service training courses for over 11.000 teachers.

Website: www.ph-tirol.ac.at
Email: office@ph-tirol.ac.at
Postal address: Pastorstraße 7, A-6020 Innsbruck, Austria
Tel.: 0043 (0) 512 59923 3212
Fax: 0043 512 59923 1099
Contact person: Mag. Reinhard Wieser
E-mail address: Reinhard.Wieser@ph-tirol.ac.att

BULGARIA

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ECET – European Centre for Education and Training


ECET – The European Centre for Education and Training was established in 1993. Its activities include developing and implementing language training programmes, adult and vocational courses, IT, computer and management training.

The biggest extra-curricular training provider in Bulgaria running 53 training centres (Europe Schools for Languages and Managemet) in 45 towns throughout the country with more than 10 000 students. ECET is a member of transnational networks such as ICC – International Certificate Conference.

ECET runs the only educational TV channel in Bulgaria, ECET TV, and is a developer of Znania (Knowledge) Web TV

The organisation has experience in various projects under Phare, Socrates, Leonardo da Vinci, and the LLP. Awarded a European Language Label in 2004. Winner of Helsinki 2006 Awards by the European Commission for the Linguapeace Europe project.

Website: www.ecet.bg

Postal address: 135 Knyaz Boris I St; 1000 Sofia, Bulgaria

Contact person: Boian Savtchev

Email: ecet@ecet.bg



Assist Net


Assist Net is a training and consultancy consortium focused on adult learning, senior education, intergenerational and family learning, and teaching learners with special needs, including e-learning.

The organisation is based in Sofia, Bulgaria, but works in cooperation with partners throughout the whole country and abroad, through its International Advisory Board.

Assist Net is a member of the European Network for Intergenerational Learning (ENIL) and works in cooperation with the International Certificate Conference – Europe, European Association for the Education of Adults (EAEA), Europe Schools Network, University of Sofia, Department of Special Education, Faculty of Pedagogy, and South-West University “Neofit Rilski”, Bulgaria.

Assist Net is registered with the European Family Learning Network and the European Map of Intergenerational Learning Network, and is also in contact with the Learning in Later Life Network.

The basic activities are focused on the following main areas:

Assist Net has experience with adult and senior learners and is also specialized in Special Educational Needs (SEN) learners.

The organisation has has been involved in various Languages, ICT, Special Educational Needs (SEN), Adult Education and Senior Education projects.

Website: www.assist-net.eu
Postal address: 19 Tsar Asen St; 1000 Sofia, Bulgaria
Contact person: Slavina Lozanova
E-mail address: assist_net@abv.bg

CYPRUS

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THE CYPRUS ADULT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION


CYPRUS ADULT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION (CAEA) is a national non-governmental organization, member of the International Council for Adult Education and the European Association for the Education of Adults (EAEA). CAEA established in 1982 and is one of the oldest Adult Education associations in Europe.

CAEA aims in promoting Adult Education in Cyprus, advocating for the rights of the citizens for education and promoting cooperation between different countries.

CAEA identified areas of Adult Education and lifelong learning which could develop the people of Cyprus and their cooperation with Europe. Such areas are: Parents Education, Senior Citizens Education, Training of Trainers, Basic Education, Literacy, International Cooperation, Intercultural Learning, Employment of senior citizens, health issues, consumers education etc.

The organization of seminars brings many educators from many parts of Europe in Cyprus.

The participation of CAEA in EU projects gives the opportunity of exchange of information and ideas.

Contact: Mr. Klitos Symeonides
P.O.Box 4019
Nicosia 24019
Cyprus
Tel: +357-994 708 10
Fax: +357-224 86 714
E-mail address: klitos.symeonides@googlemail.com

BELGIUM

Partners Information:



European Association for the Education of Adults (EAEA)


EAEA (European Association for the Education of Adults) is a European NGO with 127 member organisations from 43 countries working in the field of adult learning and representing more than 60 million women and men learners Europe-wide. The main roles of EAEA are:

The EAEA promotes the social inclusion aspects of the Lisbon Strategy; it promotes adult learning and the widening of access and participation in formal and non-formal adult education for all, particularly for groups currently under-represented.
The purposes of learning may be competence development for personal fulfilment and in employment related fields; for social change and active citizenship; for sustainable development and gender mainstreaming; for cultural and intercultural awareness and knowledge.

Website: www.eaea.org
Postal address: Rue d'Arlon 40, B-1000 Brussels, Fax: +32.2.235.05.39
Contact person: Marta Lottes, Tel: +32.2.234.37.61
E-mail address: marta.lottes@eaea.org

CZECH REPUBLIC

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The Institute of Applied Language Studies, University of West Bohemia


The Institute of Applied Language Studies (Ústav jazykové prípravy) of University of West Bohemia in Plzen is a university institute providing language education to those students who do not study languages as their major subjects as well as to public including seniors. The students of the University of West Bohemia can study languages either for general use or for specific purposes and professional communication. In accordance with the Long-term Plan of the University of West Bohemia, the Institute exists to improve the language competencies of its graduates in order to enhance their competiveness on the European labour market. The Institute of Applied Language Studies cooperates with professional European language organizations and participates in discussions about the future of language education in Europe and about the standardization of language examinations. The Institute is also involved in projects focused on the improvement of language education.

Website: www.ujp.zcu.cz
Postal address: Ústav jazykové prípravy, Tylova 15 , 306 14 Plzen, Czech Republic
Contact person: Jana Čepičkova, Dagmar Vokrova
E-mail address: jcepicko@ujp.zcu.cz ; vokrova@ujp.zcu.cz

GERMANY

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Pedagogical Institute and School Psychology of the City of Nuremberg


The Pedagogical Institute and School Psychology (SPI) of Nuremberg is directly under the School Division of the City of Nuremberg. Its purpose is to offer teacher training, school development, counselling, environmental and media education, as well as the development and implementation of innovative projects.

Website: www.pi-nuernberg.de
Postal address: Fuerther Strasse 80a, 90429 Nürnberg
Contact person: Marissa Pablo-Duerr
E-mail address: Marissa.pablo-duerr@stadt.nuernberg.de

DENMARK

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Skole og Forældre (Danish National Parents Association)


Skole og Forældre is organizing the boards of the public schools in Denmark which are in their turn elected by the parents. Skole og Forældre therefore directly represent about 10.000 school board members, but indirectly about 700.000 parents in the public primary and lower secondary schools.

Skole og Forældre educates and supplies services to the members(the school boards), through training courses, the publication of training materials, and counseling of both school board members and "ordinary" parents. The organisation carries out political lobbying on behalf of the parents in the schools, and tries to develop the school system through various projects. We publish a monthly magazine "Skolebørn".

Website: www.skole-foraeldre.dk
Postal address: Kvægtorvsgade 1, 1710 Copenhagen V, Denmark
Contact person: Niels-Christian Andersen
E-mail address: nca@skole-foraeldre.dk

FINLAND

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DaisyLadies ry "Immigrant Women Association"


A social network for immigrant women in Finland.

Daisy Motto: "Knowledge is power into which language is the key"

Activities together:

The ways we work:

Website: www.daisyladies.org
Postal address: Uudenmaankatu 1, 20500 TURKU/FINLAND
Contact person: Hülya Hissu Kytö
Tel. +358 (0)50 555 8781
E-mail address: hissu.kyto@gmail.com

FRANCE

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ESPACE PEDAGOGIE FORMATION FRANCE


Adult education center with two separate departments : one for placement, one for training. The training department provides numerous courses to adult and young learners, mostly in literacy, French as a second language, French for non scripters, and a national compulsory course for the integration of immigrants. Provides teacher training in France, Europe and Morocco. Is part of a circle of experts on Family Learning Actions for the National Literacy Agency, work for the local authorities on School Success Programmes, providing learning to learn individual coach to pupils in learning difficulties.

Has worked on European programmes since 2002, mostly Grundtvig partnerships, on Family Learning, Active Citizenship, Politics, and Intergenerational Learning.

Has a team of over 50, teaching, placement and management.

Website: www.epff.eu
Postal address: 21 rue Roux de Brignoles- 13006 Marseille - France
Contact person: Françoise Grudler-Mayolet
E-mail address: f.grudler@epff.eu


CRI
LITERACY RESOURCE CENTRE OF THE REGION PROVENCE-ALPES-CÔTE D'AZUR


The CRI, Literacy Resource Centre of the region Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur, is an independent non-profit organization founded in 1997.

Its mission is to provide pedagogical and technical support to all persons, professionals and volunteers, involved in actions for the adults who are learning or re-learning the basic skills (trainers, managers of organizations, in the primary and the continuing educational level, political decision makers etc.).

The CRI aims at improving the access to information and documentation and contributes to the professionalization of all personnel involved in teaching of basic skills, and carries out different projects that may include research, analysis and publication.

Website: http://www.illettrisme.org
Postal address:
Centre Ressources Illettrisme (CRI) – Region Paca
3, cours Joseph Thierry
13001, Marseille
France
Contacts:
Franck Dantzer, Director
Estelle Cayla
E-mail address: ressources.paca@illettrisme.org

IRELAND

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National Adult Literacy Agency (NALA)


The National Adult Literacy Agency (NALA) is an independent member based organisation that is:

Since we were set up by volunteers in 1980, we have been a leading campaigning and lobbying force on adult literacy issues. We have been involved with tutor training, developing teaching materials, distance education services, policy making, reseaNarch and campaigns to raise awareness of the causes, extent and responses to adult literacy difficulties in Ireland.

Website: www.nala.ie
Postal address:
National Adult Literacy Agency
Sandford Lodge
Sandford Close
Ranelagh
Dublin 6
Ireland.
Contact person: Tina Byrne
E-mail address: tbyrne@nala.ie

ITALY

Partners Information:



ANP associazione nazionale dirigenti e alte professionalità della scuola


ANP is the most ancient association of school heads in Italy.

Founded in 1987, it gathers the majority of school leaders in Italy, and, since 2002, also deputy heads and members ofstaff.

As a professional association, ANP is active in many different fields:

ANP also acts as the most important school heads union, and in this role it leads negotiations with the public powers for improving the work conditions and the wages of the school leaders.

Website: www.anp.it
Postal address: VIALE DEL POLICLINICO 129/A - 00161 ROME (ITALY)
Contact person: GAROTTA Gianfranco
E-mail address: segreteria@anp.it; garotta@irre.liguria.it

LITHUANIA

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SOROS INTERNATIONAL HOUSE (SIH)


SIH was founded in 1993 as a non-profit organization. It is an affiliated member of these organizations: International House World Organization (IHWO), Lithuanian Association of Adult Education, Chinese Lithuanian Trade Association. SIH is a Center of Foreign Language Teacher Training, recognized by the Ministry of Education and Science of Lithuania and IHWO Teacher Training Center as well as an examination centre of Instituto Cervantes for Spanish and Pearson authorized tests centre LTE for English languages.

The main SIH activities involve teaching languages (at the moment twelve languages) for adults and young learners, teacher training, IH consulting (educational programs, seminars, conferences, perfection of personal and professional skills and competences), exam preparation (IELTS, TOEFL, GMAT, SAT, Cambridge exams). SIH organizes local and international summer camps for young learners. All the services are delivered in a traditional face to face manner as well as using modern ICT.

The main SIH activities involve teaching languages (at the moment twelve languages) for adults and young learners, teacher training, IH consulting (educational programs, seminars, conferences, perfection of personal and professional skills and competences), exam preparation (IELTS, TOEFL, GMAT, SAT, Cambridge exams). SIH organizes local and international summer camps for young learners. All the services are delivered in a traditional face to face manner as well as using modern ICT.

SIH long experience in coordinating projects was evaluated on national and international level. Two projects coordinated by SIH were awarded European Label, and one of them "Practice Makes Perfect" was selected by EC as a Star Project for the use of modern ICT in 2006.

Other projects coordinated by SIH were presented during the International Conferences and Fairs in Brussels and included into different Compendiums of Best Practices.

Website: www.sih.lt
Postal address: Konstitucijos ave. 23A, LT-08105, Vilnius, Lithuania
Contact person: Daiva Malinauskiene, director
E-mail address: daiva@sih.lt

NORWAY

Partners Information:




Vox, Norwegian Agency for Lifelong Learning


Vox is the Norwegian Agency for Lifelong Learning and belongs to the Norwegian Ministry of Education and Research.

Our main goal is to contribute to supporting active citizenship, improving employability and increasing participation in education.

Vox manages the Programme for Basic Competence in Working Life (BKA) and administers governmental subsidies for the operational costs of study associations, distance learning institutions and study centres.

Vox contributes to the development of provision for individually adapted training in literacy, numeracy, ICT skills and oral communication skills for adults. In co-operation with education providers and enterprises we develop methods based on established competence goal descriptions for adult basic skills. We also contribute to the development of screening tools. Vox works to establish further education options and continuing professional development for teachers and facilitators in this field.

Vox is in charge of curricular and pedagogical issues relating to the teaching of Norwegian and socio-cultural orientation to adult immigrants. We monitor the implementation of the curricula and the national tests, initiate research and development and disseminate information to stakeholders in the field. An important part of this task is the provision of professional development for teachers and facilitators in this field.

From 1 January 2011, a National Unit for Career Guidance will be established in Vox.

Vox cooperates with the Norwegian Directorate for Education and Training in the field of recognition and validation of non- formal and informal learning. We work for a more uniform implementation of the validation process across the country, to enhance the synergies between different stakeholders and to increase the flexibility of learning pathways.

Vox carries out research, analyses, reports and evaluations in the field of lifelong learning. Data are collected from public registers and Vox surveys relating to enterprises and to the general public.

Vox is actively engaged in the EU's work for the development of adult learning policy. We coordinate and participate in international networks in the fields of basic skills, validation of non-formal and informal learning, career guidance and integration. What we learn from international cooperation gives valuable input to our work at national level.

Website: www.vox.no
Postal address: P.O. Box 236, Sentrum, N-0103 Oslo; Norway
Contact person: Stine Aasheim, Senior Adviser, Dept of Integration
E-mail address: Stine.Aasheim@vox.no

POLAND

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Akademia Humanistyczno- Ekonomiczna w Lodzi / University of Humanities and Economics in Lodz


The Academy of Humanities and Economics in Lodz is one of the largest non-public institutions of higher education in Poland with over 11 thousand students studying at 3 departments with 10 faculties and 100 specializations.

The Academy employs numerous specialists of various fields, scientists, academics and expert-practitioners.

AHE's complete educational offer is the following:

Academy of Humanities and Economics cooperates with huge number of well-know educational institutions in Lodz and in Poland such as: foreign language schools, grammar schools and high schools, training centers, foundations, associations, local authorities and companies. To meet our students demands AHE created a net of branches all over the country. This feature gives the possibility of spreading the AHE's educational work and cooperation with other very important institutions/companies in our country.

Website: www.ahe.lodz.pl
Postal address: Ul. Rewolucji 1905r, 90-222 Lódz
Contact person: Marta Chrusciel
E-mail address: mchrusciel@ahe.lodz.pl

ROMANIA

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Romanian Institute for Adult Education (IREA)


The Romanian Institute for Adult Education (IREA) was established in 2000, as a pedagogic research institute in the field of adult and continuing education, aiming to provide scientific and methodological support for all adult education institutions in Romania, and to establish the link between academics and practitioners. Although an independent research unit, IREA is closely linked with the Department of Educational Sciences, Faculty of Sociology and Psychology, West University of Timisoara.

IREA is active in various fields of research, such as: professionalization of the adult educators, social media and its impact on adult learning, validation of informal/ non-formal learning, inter-generational learning and active aging, workplace learning and key competences, adult basic education, social inclusion and active citizenship through education etc

IREA - has been developing projects of research - development - innovation together with partners from most of the European countries

Website: www.irea.uvt.ro
Postal address: IREA; C. Bogdanestilor 32 A, rooms 205, 206 Timisoara 300389, Romania
Contact person: Liana Ercean
E-mail address: irea@irea.uvt.ro; liana.ercean@irea.uvt.ro


EuroEd Foundation


EuroEd Foundation came into being as an organisation in 1992 with the support of the Soros Foundation and the British Council Romania. EuroEd Foundation is a non-profit organisation located in Iasi, Romania.

Mission Statement
EuroEd Foundation aims at supporting the reform processes of civic society by promoting high-quality standards in accordance with European Community requirements in the field of education, civil society, public policies, youth, law, culture, mass media, and regional development. Through its initiatives, EuroEd Foundation intend to act as a regional catalyst for debating and developing regional and international projects which should facilitate exchange of ideas and experience in the field of democracy and European Integration.

Fields of activity
Education - education-oriented projects, lifelong learning, community integration, local, regional, national and international educational partnerships.

Website: www.euroed.ro
Postal address: EuroEd Foundation, Florilor 1C Street, Iasi, 700513, Romania
Contact person: Anca Colibaba, President EuroEd Foundation
E-mail address: acolib@euroed.ro



The Association of Children and Youth Local Council Sibiu


The Association of Children and Youth Local Council is a non-governmental organization which was set in 2000 with the general aim to involve children and youth under 26 years old in the community life. In 8 years of activities we developed projects and programmes in different fields: education, socio-economical, environment protection, cultural exchange. Our experience in the field of political participation is reflected in the way we promote democracy within young people and the projects we develop for involving them in local political life.
Regarding the intergenerational exchange experience, we use to organize regular meetings in schools and high schools between teenagers and parents, teachers in order for these to be in touch with youth problems and to find out solutions to these together with them. It is also a tradition in our association is to organize regular meetings between our members (which represent all the school and high school from Sibiu) and the adult members of Sibiu Local Council in order to find common solutions for the youth problems.

Postal address: Lunga str, no.63, bl.12, ap.7, Sibiu 550107, Romania
Contact person: Andreea Farcasiu
E-mail address: clcsibiu@hotmail.com

SLOVENIA

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Socialna akademija


Socialna akademija (Social Academy) is an NGO with the mission of education, research and development in the field of active and responsible citizenship.

The organization was founded in 2004 by one youth organization and 2 adult education organizations. Intergenerational learning has been present in the organization since its beginnings and is now presenting one of key concept of our work.

Some of our projects include:

Even after more than 20 years of experiencing democracy, many people in Slovenia are still not fully empowered and prepared to take responsibility for their future in their own hands. Every generation is seeing democracy in its own way but we have to live it all together. That is why we need intergenerational learning.

Website: http://www.socialna-akademija.si
Postal address: Socialna akademija, Ul. Janeza Pavla II. 13, SI-1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia
Contact person: Matej Cepin
E-mail address: info@socialna-akademija.si

SPAIN

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SERVICIO DE JUVENTUD – AYUNTAMIENTO DE CUENCA


The City hall of Cuenca administers a population of 65.000 persons, and the youth service it in charge of developper polytics youth of the city, to organize of activites of training, leisure activities, spare and international activities. We have extensive experience in youth exchanges, projects Grundvig projests and work to European Networks.

SERVICIO DE JUVENTUD
CENTRO JOVEN
AVENIDA REYES CATOLICOS Nº 35
16003 CUENCA
TFN. 0034 969239024
Website: www.cuenca.es
Email: juventud@cuenca.es

MALTA

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Foundation for Educational Services


The Foundation for Educational Services (FES) was established in April 2001 and became operational in August of the same year. The FES is conceived as a mechanism that enables the Education Directorates within the Ministry of Education to provide, among others, a range of innovative educational initiatives in the field of before and after-school initiatives as well as parental empowerment programmes.

The FES aims to work with families through the development and implementation of programmes and services to promote integration and social inclusion, bridging the gap between formal and non-formal provision.

Website: www.fes.org.mt
Postal address: PO Box 1, Rabat RBT 1,000 Malta
Contact person: Rachel Schembri, Senior Executive Parental Empowerment Programmes
E-mail address: rachel.schembri@gov.mt

UNITED KINGDOMS

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Hull City Council – Skills and Employability - Adult Education Service


Hull Skills and Employability is part of Hull City Council's Children's and Young People's Service. It consists of two main components, Hull Adult Education Service and Hull Training.The service is funded by central government to deliver qualifications to learners from the age of 16 at entry level to level 5, apprenticeships and learning for leisure and pleasure.

The Adult Education Service has four main learning centres across the city and delivers courses many community and outreach venues. It offers a wide range of courses including National Vocational Qualifications (NVQs), Family Learning, Adult Literacy, Adult Numeracy , ESOL (English for Speakers of other Languages, Information and Communication Technology and a range of recreational provision. 53% of this provision in non-vocational and 47% accredited provision delivered by 100 tutors, 5 additional support workers, 14 crèche workers and over 30 support and administration staff. The Adult Education Service has approximately 9,000 enrolments a year by over 5,000 learners

Kingston upon Hull has been a partner in a European Grundtvig 2 programme on Family Learning called: Family learning and school success and a Grundtvig 4 programme the European Family Learning Network

Kingston upon Hull has been the regional lead for training and support for all providers of Family Learning Programmes in the Yorkshire and Humber region for the last two years.

Website: www.hullcc.gov.uk;
Postal address: The Guildhall; Alfred Gelder Street; Hull ; HU1 2AA
Contact person: Jayne Maltby
Email: jayne.maltby@hullcc.gov.uk



Campaign for Learning


The Campaign for Learning is working for an inclusive society in which:

The Campaign has been going for 10 years, helping to stimulate learning that excites, supports, develops and involves people throughout their lives. We work for social inclusion through learning in families, schools and workplaces, running promotional campaigns, supporting practitioner networks, running national and local projects and events and lobbying to influence policy.

Campaign for Learning
19 Buckingham Street
London
WC2N 6EF
Tel: 020 7930 1111
Fax: 020 7930 1551
Website: www.campaignforlearning.org.uk; www.familylearningnetwork.com