Adult Learners and ERASMUS+
The definition of Adult Education in Erasmus+ is that it is non-vocational and so it includes the development of skills and competencies for the learner's own benefit,
Learning mobility for adult learners can be organised both in a group and individually.
"If you are an adult learner with specific education needs, you can also spend a period abroad at any organisation providing adult education to improve your knowledge and skills. The individual learning programme will be defined and may include in-class learning, work-based learning, job-shadowing, observation and other innovative approaches.
Alternatively, you can also benefit from the group mobility of adult learners to spend time in another country to benefit from innovative learning organised by an organisation providing adult education. You might be involved in the activities that include a combination of various formal, informal and non-formal learning methods, such as peer learning, work-based learning, volunteering, and other innovative approaches".
ICLA works closely with Adult learners and provides a meaningful and mindful environment in which together, we explore the possibilities of your education needs.