Lifelong Learning Lab – National Training for Education Stakeholders
The Lifelong Learning Lab (LLL) has a brand new pilot activity of LLLP replacing its final conference. It will be taking place every year during one of the EU Presidencies e.g. this year Portugal. It’s a result of many previous LLLP feasibility studies and projects on how to support the design of lifelong learning policies that are holistic.
The aim of the pilot activity is multifold: supporting a better alignment of EU vs national lifelong learning policy agenda, building members`capacity, strengthening EU cooperation within and across sectors, bringing the EU closer to national/regional/local stakeholders on cross-cutting issues/policies (Social Pillar, EEA, Digital and green transitions, Recovery Resilience Facility etc).
This year, we will focus on Portugal as a case study to learn from and share with good practices of policymaking in the field. Please find informational and registration links below. The activity is accessible to all.
1-2 JUNE 2021 – Central European Time
The Lifelong Learning Platform is pleased to invite you to its first-ever Lifelong Learning Lab – National Training for Education Stakeholders. This innovative event will be delivered from civil society to civil society, focusing on European and Portuguese cooperation. Through this activity we will seek to:
- Promote EU cooperation in education, training and lifelong learning in national contexts by engaging with national practitioners and stakeholders;
- Plant the seed for the creation of a national lifelong learning platform to support the development of national lifelong learning strategies;
- Build bridges between the different sectors of education and training to break existing silos and to ultimately foster new forms of cooperation.