Learning Light speaks at the Enable Conference, in Kraków, Poland

The Leonardo da Vinci seminarEnabling labourmarketentryandmobilitytodisadvantagedgroups engaging across Europe in learning through innovation will be held on 6th September 2011 in Krakow, Poland.

 

The Enable project, an EU funded Leonardo Transfer of Innovation project, has announced that its conference is to be held in Krakov, Poland, on 6th September 2011.

 

Efficio Poland is organising the conference along with Learning Light. Additional speakers will come from Romania’s IFES, as well as Asset-tec, based in Athens, Greece;Fondazione Luigi CLerici of Italy;The Workshop, based in Sheffield, UK, and the MRS Consultancyalso based in the UK.

 

The project has developed a unique methodology that uses both a ‘digital engagement tool’ – Page Designer – and an innovative learner-led engagement methodology to engage hard-to-reach learners across the five countries involved in the project.

 

In the UK, the project focused on the Somali community which has proved to be very rewarding. Piloting of the methodology and engagement tool has produced some very encouraging results.

 

It is the project’s aspiration to make Page Designer available under a Creative Commons License to be used for all those interested in the tool and the methodology to engage with hard to reach learners.

 

Learning Light is already well known for its pioneering work with hard-to-reach learners in the UK, having developed innovative e-learning programmes for use by hard-to-reach groups, such as offenders and the long term unemployed. We believe that the Enable methodology and engagement tool are significant developments in this field.

 

The aim of the seminar is to exchange experiences about learning and the methods used in different countries in order to stimulate disadvantaged groups. The seminar will promote the opportunities that ‘Leonardo da Vinci’ gives opinion leaders and institutions of vocational education in the development of lifelong learning.

The seminar isthereforeprimarilyfor representatives of thevocational training institutions,Universities of the Third Ageand people wishing to develop co-operation in the framework of the Leonardo da Vinci or Grundvig Program.
The seminar takes place on 6th September 2011, from 09.30 to 14.00 at the Hotel Holiday Inn,
ul. Wielopole 4, Krakow.

The seminar will be conducted in English. Places are limited – and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.

 

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About Learning Light Ltd

Sheffield-based Learning Light is a centre of excellence in the use of e-learning and learning technologies in the workplace. Its knowledge base contains over 400 papers offering insights and advice on how to use e-learning & learning technologies.

 

Learning Light, which operates www.e-learningcentre.co.uk one of the leading resources on e-learning in the UK, works closely with the Universities of Leeds and Sheffield and has undertaken a Systematic Literature Review of the available papers on the effective use of e-learning in conjunction with the University of Sheffield.

Learning Light occupies a unique space in the e-learning and learning technology sector networking with:

  • Suppliers of e-learning and learning technologies to support the growth of the sector
  • Buyers seeking out learning technology solutions to improve the effectiveness of their business or organisation
  • Leading organisations worldwide who provide it with market knowledge from around the globe

It:

·         Provides unbiased and impartial advice to both suppliers and buyers

·         Hosts events and workshops that provide the platforms to impart and gain knowledge by encouraging collaboration and sharing of best practice

·         Acts as a conduit between suppliers and buyers to forge successful business partnerships

·         Provides market intelligence and benchmarking information gained from its many contacts and networking partners

·         Provides access to research materials from leading learning technology professionals  

Further information from:

 

David Patterson/ Gill Broadhead, Learning Light,+44 (0)114 223 2442

Bob Little, Bob Little Press & PR, +44 (0)1727 860405

About boblittle

For over 20 years, Bob Little has specialised in writing about, and commentating on, corporate learning – especially e-learning – human resources issues and technology-related subjects. His work has been published in the UK, Continental Europe, the USA and Australia. You can contact Bob via bob.little@boblittlepr.com