As most of us are in lockdown at home, we are left to wonder what a post-coronavirus-world might look like. There’s a lot unknown about how the world will transform after we get the novel coronavirus under control, but it is extremely unlikely that things will just go back to exactly the way they were before. Our workplaces are likely to change, and with it, the skills companies will require. Here are 8 job skills that are likely to be in high demand in a post-coronavirus world. (FORBES)
Project’s activities & How to browse the online compendium
The second edition of the EPALE Resource kit explores the resources
available on the EPALE platform to professionals who are looking to
learn new skills and to further their expertise.
Some of the resources are specifically aimed at adult educators looking
to acquire a broader set of skills (Resources for trainers), while
others can be used by professionals from any field to improve their
knowledge of their specific area of interest or further their knowledge in
new ones (Resources for professional development).
From soft skills to technologies, from teaching tools to MOOCs and
courses, the opportunities are there for you to explore. Simply find
what suits you best and start rethinking your professional future and
anticipating upcoming challenges.
The COVID-19 emergency is forcing educators across Europe (and the
world) to rethink how they design, promote and deliver training.
The shift towards distance learning seems inevitable, both in the
present situation and most likely in the near future. EPALE, with its
extensive database, can be an invaluable source of inspiration and
ideas during this reorganisation process.
Here’s the first of a series of resource kits, designed to support
the work of educators in the field of adult learning.
This first issue focuses on resources to get you started, including
articles, handbooks, good practices and concrete tools to help you
turn learning into e-learning.
European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training (Cedefop) assist the Member States in this process, including through the European Guidelines on validation which provide policy and practical advice to Member States and stakeholders. The European Inventory, of which this synthesis report is part, provides a unique picture of how validation is being used at national, regional and local levels in Europe. It includes reports for all Member States, EFTA countries and four European Training Foundation partner countries. It also contains thematic analyses of key issues on design and implementation of validation. The Inventory supports dialogue between stakeholders in developing and implementing validation in Europe. Download
Equal rights for formal, non-formal and informal learning
is an imperative of the hour.
Skills have their place and their time where they come from
On the right on education and the power to implement it
The world calls you. The world needs you.
Fear and trust – that is just a question of belonging
Option for social embedding and skill development for an autonomous life-style
Competences of new generations