This is a description of planned activities. Reports of these activities follow as soon as they are implemented.
In Month 32-34, project partners organise, each in his country, events in order to multiply the new methods developed as main results of the project (O3). Participants at the events are experts such as education managers working in related areas, decision makers and policy policy makers.
The specific audience and the form of the event depend on the local conditions as well as the networks of the individual partners.
The following forms of events were considered during project development:
- Workshops with members from the wider expert public (managerial staff of adult education providers in the respective geographic region) in order to present the new methods and the materials published to enable third parties to use the new methods
- Presenting the new methods at an education fair / education festivals that are organised or co-organised by the partner
- In-house workshops to multiply the methods amongst colleagues in the same institution. This applies particularly to the larger partners.
- Round tables with stakeholders to present the project results and then discuss consequence and possible follow-up measures.
The multiplier events are planned to have at least 20 participants each. The events will be set up in a way to not only inform about the project and the methods develop but rather to enable the participants to implement such projects themselves. The proper form of the individual events will be determined by the end of Year II of this project, taking into account other events in the country or region, to avoid conflicts and to make use of synergies.
Pilot projects presented briefly
Svilen Andreev, Združenie “Znanie”, Loveč
Saray Baquedano, Centro Público de Educación de Adultos, Cariñena/Zaragoza
Sébastien Dubost, INFREP, Cherbourg, France (Institut National de Formation et de Recherche sur…
Christian Geiselmann, Volkshochschule Hannover (Germany)
Claudia Ducange, Fondacione Casa di Carità, Torino
Gundula Laudin, Volkshochschule Göttingen Osterode
Jazmin Petersson, Västerås folkhögskola, Sweden
Herbert Depner, Die Wiener Volkshochschulen (Austria)