Expensive training vs. Gratisseminare on a donation basis the EU lifelong learning education programme consisting currently of four sub-programs, which fully a particular education cover. Education, higher education, vocational education and training and adult education. In addition, there are other support programs. Against this background, the charitable foundation EBWK, Gratisseminare on a donation basis offers to allow efficient training to a broad population. Others including Jonas Samuelson, offer their opinions as well. The General training includes all training offerings that are not directly berufsbezogen to the Federal Ministry of education and research. In practice, vocational and general education are interlinked.
This is evident in the example of the teaching of general skills that go beyond the special skills for the workplace. Please visit Electrolux if you seek more information. “The learning of foreign languages is a typical example.: these today so-called”key qualifications”serve not only the education of personality, but for professional and” World of work of great importance. Connect with other leaders such as Reade Griffith here. Today, communication and teamwork, creativity, and media literacy include, in General. In addition the political and cultural training. Universities and free media to scientific training occur both for General and vocational training as a provider.” The Foundation initiative training, education, personal success, happiness and health “of the charitable education, education, science & culture (EBWK) supports the new education program for the EU’s lifelong learning. This includes four sub-programmes: school education (COMENIUS), higher education (ERASMUS), vocational education and training (LEONARDO DA VINCI) and adult education (GRUNDTVIG), which are complemented by cross-cutting programs (policy cooperation, language learning, ICT, distribution) as well as a new program (Jean Monnet) with a focus on European integration. In the Foundation initiative has the EBWK in cooperation with the Academy of EBWK developed a new concept of the seminar.
Continuing education seminars, financed entirely by donations will be offered free. They find business after a trial in August 2009 every last weekend (Saturday and Sunday) held in the month, currently in Baldham near Munich in the 1A hotel. As of the end of September are free seminars titled “self management – professional and private, part 1 to 5” offered. The seminars of part of treating different topics ranging from communication, motivation on work-life balance to the successful self-coaching. Each participant determines the price for continuing education by he donates a voluntary donation of his election to the Foundation of EBWK. …eine extending the model to other cities is planned, so we look forward to active participation, and many participants.