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Learning Partnership InitiativeThe Learning Integrators ProjectAssociation for Lifelong LearningMrs. BeátaOrosz – Mr. ZoltánVárkonyi7 March 2011, Budapest
association for lifelong learning
Associationfor Lifelong Learning

National network of grassroot NGO’s with combined social and economic purposes, from ’98 operated as Hungarian Association of Welfare Service Foundations

Aiming at social inclusion and activation

2006 – shift of focus on lifelong learning

Development of „Learning Partnership Initiative” as one of the first significant joint actions

Project Background in Hungary

Weak points in the field of LLL and key competencies

  • Lowest level of participation in adult education compared to the EU-27, it is particularly a problem among the population with low level of education, elderly and unemployed
  • Imbalanced situation regarding the various levels of education and in regional aspects, lack of AE infrastructure
  • The level of basic skills of low educational attainment is deeply under the EU average (ALL)
  • Lack of public resources, low level of participation of the business sector and private individuals in financing the costs of LLL
  • Too much focus on formal qualification and accreditations, lack of acknowledgement of non-formal and informal learning
Project in a Nutshell

Project period:

2009 September – 2011 April

Project budget:

750.000 EUR

Key Features of the Experimental Project

Easy access and flexibility: to ensure outreach

Integrative approach: the learning integrator is to ensure all necessary conditions for competence development

Networking concept: tocreate synergies, encrease and share knowledge & resources

Empowerment in focus: to enable individuals and communities to change their situation

Low cost solution for competence development in disadvantaged communities

Easy Access Service
  • Attractive learning environment:
    • Centers are located in well-knowncommunityplaces
    • Low treshold, one can step in fromthe street
    • Family atmosphere
Easy Access Service
  • Organisational approach for involvement
    • Open for everyone:inactivesdaytime,employees in the evening
    • Flexibility to thehighest extent
Easy Access Service
  • Methodological approach for involvement
  • Combination of different ways of learning
  • „No fear from exams – learning is fun!”
  • Involvement via different community events, programmes, handicraft engagements
Integration for Learning: the Concept of Learning Integrator

Integration and best utilisation of limited local resources

Steps on learning pathways

Integration of activities into learning processes

Integration of the excluded into groups of learners

Integration of local stakeholders and efforts

Building onSynergies

International cooperation partners & network

National network

  • Learning Integrators and experts
  • VOX
  • EBSN

Local Open Learning Centre

Local Open Learning Centre

Local Open Learning Centre

  • Local Learning Partnerships
Results so far
  • 781 participants 2010 June-2011 January
  • Focus on key competences
    • Digital competences, Foreign languages, Oral communication
  • Development and sharing of learning programmes
    • Everyday financing, ABC PC
  • Local programmes answering local needs
    • Typing, Energy efficiancy& sustainable living,First Aid,Health development, etc.
  • NYITOK Competence-certificate
  • Good examples for communitydevelopment and social inclusion
Future Perspectives

Closer cooperation with formal education

Closer cooperation with SME’s

Development of joint system for the recognition of competencies

Development of entrepreneurship and social economy

Extension of the community of local learning centres

Accreditation of learning integrator training