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Do you work in the field of VET, Higher Education, School or Adult education?
Dlearn in cooperation with the European Association of Career Guidance and the European Association of Erasmus Coordinators is promoting a survey to collect trends and ideas about the future development in Education and Training in the era of digital transformation. The initiative is part of the Digital Skills and Job Coalition pledge awarded to Dlearn.
We are keen to understand your point of view as we promote a bottom-up approach for this survey, that will be shared among all European Countries and EU institutions, thus to collect a feedback from people that deals daily with improvements and changes in education and training.
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The survey contains only 4 simple questions - and your response will be of great value to us all. The survey is anonymous - and you can leave your contact info in the closing part if you want a dialogue or need a contact regarding your suggestions and ideas.
The open public consultation is an important part of the assessment of how well the Erasmus+ programme has been working and whether and how it should be amended in the future. It is also important to know your views on how well these predecessor programmes have worked in the past. To the Questionaire....
This public consultation is designed to support the mid-term evaluation of Erasmus+, the EU Programme for education, training, youth and sport. The mid-term evaluation covers the activities undertaken under the Erasmus+ Programme during the period 2014-2016.
The views expressed in this consultation will be analysed and combined with other evidence in the evaluation report which will be adopted by the European Commission by the end of 2017. Depending on your level of knowledge and the number of sectors you wish to cover, it will take you between 10 and 60 minutes to answer the questions in this consultation.
The aim of this Project Output is to study and determine the conditions under which robotics and 3D printing training flourishes within Europe and make recommendations as to what strategies training organisations need to adopt to encourage such training. The Partners will undertake a series of “field studies” using questionnaires, interviews and focus groups of approximately 120 individuals, SMEs and training organisations in Europe, together with web research on training opportunities within EU Member States; and produce a Report of the findings.
This Survey is targeting Entrepreneurs and Business Owners - please share it with your network.
SME Academy 2017