Defining a future of European educationPosted: July 13, 2012
Over seventy project practioners and policy-makers came together to discuss a future education and training programme at the latest Thematic Networking (TNG) event.
The ‘Defining a future education and training programme’ event brought a range of stakeholders together to hear about the European Commission’s Erasmus for All proposal and to hear the views of a panel of experts. The panel included Nicola Archer (Department of Education), Iverene Bromfield (Angus College), Mark Ravenhall (NIACE), Madeleine Rose (Ecorys) and Simon Williams (British Council). Read, and contribute, to the views raised in the discussion: http://llpukecorys.com/2012/06/21/erasmus-for-all-your-views/
Delegates were also able to hear the inspiring story of StreetGames, who have used Leonardo Partnership funding to compare community sport across countries to improve their own programmes.
The afternoon session provided delegates with an opportunity to break out into the separate TNG workshops. Sara, at her first TNG event, recently blogged about her experience. More information about the discussions and actions raised in the other groups will be posted shortly.
The event report is available to download and provides an executive summary of the event: http://www.transversal.org.uk/eventreport
If you attended the event we’d love to hear your views of the event, and also your ‘must have’ soft-skills that an employee should have.