About CiLLL Project

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Target of the project is to consider, whether, to what extent and on what level instruments for easy orientation in the bid of various educational and training courses, i.e. in the area of life education and informal curriculum can be made up. Participants in project will be advised of how their partners in the EU and associated countries (Turkey) treat such information, which methods and forms they use (networks or only references on websites, or printed materials and the like). Of great importance will be context of information on options in life education; what is creation of educational units (courses) motivated by, that is to say how it will be affected by national and regional requirements and needs or by the EU directives and recommendations (and depending on the EFQ-European framework of qualification). This intention is also related to the choice and formation of target groups, covering ethnic minorities, immigrants, age groups at risk, the unemployed, women, etc. – those ones, who always depend on local, regional or national conditions.

Each of the partners will prepare, as an introduction to the main part of his program (LLL), an intercultural appearance, showing the characteristics of his national/regional/culture.

To achieve the project objectives we are going to organize seminars (common meetings), study visits to centers of education, discussions with representatives of target groups.

Entering the European cooperation the team will have the opportunity of getting deeper information about other providers than only about the public schools; it gets a better insight into regional providers nets and into the relationship between the education providers and the target groups. It is important, too, better understanding the cultural context in which these relations exist and develop.

This project will give to all of us the opportunity to exchange experiences and best practices among European countries and associate country Turkey.


The project is targeted at creating instruments to enable orientation in the wide variety of educational and training courses in non-formal curricula, taking into account intercultural conditions of the partner countries, and finding out what barriers exist between the range of educational courses and the target groups. We want to assist people from vulnerable social groups (women, migrants...) in order to give them alternative opportunities to access adult education and a job. We want to acquaint all partner subjects with the entire range of lifelong education in each partner country. We take into account that this education is provided by almost all kinds of educational institutions, from universities to individual private providers of education.
We hope to enhance the European dimension of education in our organizations by promoting joint cooperation activities with institutions from different European countries. So, we expect to learn new methods, innovations and educational systems:
  • To give learners and teachers an opportunity to work together with learners and teachers from different countries
  • To provide active participation of our learners and teachers in international activities
  • To help learners and teachers to acquire and improve skills not only in the topic or subject area on which the project is focussed, but also in terms of teamwork, social relations, planning and undertaking project activities and using information and participating in a partnership with partners from communication technologies.
  • To gives learners and teachers the opportunity to practice foreign languages and increase their motivation towards language learning.
  • To exchange experiences and good practices with partner organisations in Europe.
  • To motivate our learners, teachers, parents and community to use as learning and teaching methods and means of education the new informational technologies.
  • To improve the quality awareness of education, searches innovations related to education and teaching at every level, conducts every activity to train new educators and that contacts experts and other related institutions to increase the contributions occupational formations to the society.
We want to make a careful study of the situation to find out the way to give people in need (foreign or adults or drop out young people) the possibility to attend adult learning courses. According to our searches and international contacts we are getting aware that the problem of L.L.L. is common need and all European Countries have to find suitable strategies to solve it.

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