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Felnőttképzési jó gyakorlatok nyomában a KultúrÁsz Egyesület
Date du début: 1 juin 2015, Date de fin: 31 mai 2017 PROJET  TERMINÉ 

KultúrÁsz Public Benefit Association is a civil organisation specialised in adult training, with a prominent role in the North Hungarian region. The association specialises in the further professional education and training of professionals in the fields of education and culture as well as in the education and training of career starters and young people looking for a job. We have 10 years’ professional experience in adult training, culture, proposal writing and project management. The Association’s strategic goals include enhancing its current international relations network in the public, civil and corporate sectors. Using our broadening experience, we wish to launch international adult training, curriculum development and research projects in future. Every year there is an average of 35-40 adult tutors joining our adult trainings. Our strategic goals also include methodological and foreign language skills development for our tutors. The current tender is meant to serve the attainment of all these strategic organisational goals. Within the framework of the tender we plan to implement three 5-6 day professional study tours for our Association’s adult tutors, with 12 tutors participating in each tour respectively. All participants are to have a higher education degree and several years’ professional experience in adult training. The host countries and organisations are to be selected based on the adult training activities and references of the organisations. The project is to be implemented between 01-07- 2015 and 01-07-2016, with the following planned schedule: July/Aug, 2015, Romania (host partner organisation: MÜTF Educational Centre) Oct/Nov, 2015, France (host partner organisation: Groupe de Recherche et d’Etude sur les Métiers et les Transformations Sociales) May/June 2016, Scotland (host partner organisation: University of Glasgow - Centre for Research and Development in Adult and Lifelong Learning) Within the framework of the study tours participants are to learn about the major characteristics of education and adult training in the country concerned (e.g. institutional system, support for adult training, types of training, legal environment, etc.), the adult training activities of the host organisation (e.g. trainings, target groups, human resources) as well as the adaptable good practices. The priority objectives of the professional study tours are to get to know about the system of online adult training services as well as the opportunities for and methods of developing online curricula in the countries visited and implement experience exchange in these fields. The study tours are to furthermore cover familiarisation with the culture of the host countries (architecture, traditions, environmental values, quality of life), thereby fostering knowledge about and experience of cultural diversity. Through the activity of job shadowing, tender objectives are: - International networking; initiating cooperation with adult training institutions in Romania, Scotland and France; - Establishing an innovative and state-of-the-art adult training institution using the experience of the study tours; - Familiarising with and adapting good practices with the view to develop the organisation’s adult training practice and thereby contribute to the unceasing methodological renewal of our colleagues; - Getting access to international experience on online adult training services and curricula with the view to establish these in Hungary in future; - Developing our colleagues’ foreign language skills and intercultural awareness. As results of the one-year project, the range of our international cooperating partners is to broaden and, through the experience, the quality and efficiency of our professional activity in adult training is to further improve. Furthermore, the commitment, professional ambitions and motivations of our adult tutors are to be enhanced. The experience and achievements gained at the study tours are to be disseminated to a broad target group (our tutors, education experts, our adult students, domestic partners, professional organisations) by way of professional reports. The communication of the project results is to be ensured within the framework of workshop discussions, websites, publications, educational conferences and printed publications.