After having had online project meetings for over a year finally the members of the partnership of the Critical project were able to meet in the flesh on October 18th and 19th in Paris. Purpose of the meeting was to discuss the current gaps in learning materials used in integration courses on the... read more >
On June 6th 2016 the final conference of the igma2 project was held in Oslo, Norway. Mr Anders Fyhn, head of the department of IMDi responsible for the Norwegian policy on immigration and integration, has opened the conference. A research perspective on the European immigration situation was... read more >
Revalento and Folkuniversitetet Uppsala have been invited for a Jean Monet project addressing quality assurance models for higher professional education. The key focus will be on the QA framework for education which has been developed and promoted throughout the European countries as well as on the... read more >
The project application “Methodology for Early warning Detection of Risk for Early School Leaving “SEE-ME” has been approved by the European Commission. The project is funded under the Erasmus+ program, and sets out to identify effective intervention strategies that are known to work to improve... read more >
On 23rd of May 2014 Folkuniversitetet Uppsala has organized a seminar regarding active citizenship. Participants from all over Sweden have come to Uppsala to get informed on the latest development on Integration Policy in Sweden, as well as on some good practices contributing to the achievement of... read more >
Due to the successful pilots which have been run in the North of Sweden the European Commission has extended the IGMA project for another two years period, starting February 2014. Now the major focus of the project will not be on the implementation of the IGMA methodology itself anymore. IGMA II... read more >
Recently the project “Pathway from EQAVET to NQAVET” was launched at the kick off meeting in Malta on the 14th of November 2013. Together with the coordinator Folkuniversitetet Uppsala from Sweden and partner organisation Beypazari District Directorate for Education (Turkey), National Commission... read more >
On September 26th in Västeras Sweden, the final conference of the European project "CQAF Vet Online model" was held. The Conference was visited by over 140 participants from more then 20 countries, varying in their back ground from teachers, managers, education consultants as well as policy... read more >
In November last year Revalento has finalised its contributions to the Spanish project Innovation Management Agent. In this project in Spain high educated but unemployed women have been trained to become innovation agents for small and medium sized businesses. For their training course Revalento... read more >
The European framework for quality assurance within education and training, CQAF (A)VET) will be elaborated with an online version to facilitate self evaluation. Early March, after a short period of preparation 20 Swedish institutes for adult education have started working in this new project. All... read more >