Past Conferences EBSN Annual Collaborative Workshop 2015

EBSN Annual Collaborative Workshop 2015

“Strategies that work: governance, financing and implementation in the provision of basic skills for adults”

A_square_in_the_center_of_the_Hague3rd – 5th  of June, 2015, The Hague, The Netherlands

The Dutch Ministry of Education


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Plenary Presentations

Focus on Basic Skills in The NetherlandsCaroline Liberton, Hans Hindriks, Dutch Ministry of Education, Science and Culture

Policy coherence / TranscriptDavid Mallows, National Research and Development Centre for Adult Literacy

Towards European Synergies in the field of Basic SkillsMaria Toia, Romanian Institute for Adult Education

Challenges to Policy Cohesion The Skills for Life StoryJoyce Black, National Institute of Adult Continuing Education

Basic skills network effective policies and strategies for adult education in the light of PIAACPieter Baay, Expertisecentrum Beroepsonderwijs

Funding Basic Skills Learning Basics, instruments and recommendationsBernhard Grämiger, Swiss Federation of Adult Learning

Lifelong Learning in Andalucía Education SystemFrancisco Castillo, Junta de Andalucía

The role of local municipalities and labor market regions in adult education monitoring qualityMerel Louter, Damayanti Gunawan, Municipality of Amsterdam

Professionals & Non-Professionals in basic adult educationWim Matthijsse, Reading and Writing Foundation

New and innovative instruments for signposting and assessment for language and numeracyAnne-Lies Schrijvers van de Peppel, Brit Hopmann, National Library of the Netherlands

EPALE and the adult learning communityEva Alos Melchor, Rumen Halachev, Ecorys (EPALE)

Why EPALE – a vision from EBSN perspectiveZoltán Várkonyi, Association of Lifelong Learning



Poster Presentations

ELINET Country Report Framework – David Mallows, National Research and Development Centre for Adult Literacy

The Austrian Initiative for Adult EducationMag. Maria Groß, the Austrian Federal Ministry of Education and Women’s Affairs

Literacy Screener – Naomi Coenraad, Stichting Lezen & Schrijven

Basic skills training as preparation for formal vocational training and certification in companies  – Jan Evensen, Folkeuniversitetet Sør-Øst

Video: Competence development at Bakers AS – Jan Evensen, Folkeuniversitetet Sør-Øst

Straighten basic skills – Dieter Zisenis, bbb Büro für berufliche Bildungsplanung

Action research to improve youth and adult literacy: Empowering learners in a multilingual world: Presentation / Research Report – Ulrike Hanemann, UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning

Swiss Model to promote basic skills in the workplaceBernhard Grämiger, Swiss Federation of Adult Learning

Literacy for all – European Library networkLianne Knobel, Breda Library