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BELLE (2017-2019) is a Key Action 2 (KA2) project of Cooperation for Innovation and exchange of good practices of the Erasmus+ program. With Asociacion Mundus as coordinator, it is a long-term project with the aim of promoting adult education.



Better and Easier Lifelong Learning Education (BELLE)  is a project coordinated by Asociacion Mundus and the following partner organizations: Horizont ProConsult EOOD (Bulgaria), Mine Vaganti NGO (Italy), FM Consulting s.r.o. (Czech Republic), Veseligas attistibasskola (Latvia) and Visoka poslovna skola PAR (Croatia).  It is a project co-financed by the European Commission thanks to the Erasmus+ program.

BELLE aims to improve and facilitate the access to the education for adults, and to offer lifelong learning opportunities thanks to different tools, such as online education and European mobility opportunities. 

The project plans to develop a free online platform with different online courses addressed to adults, to promote the acquisition of tools, that allow the users to enter the workplace more effectively and with the ability to continue learning throughout the entire life course.

The adulteducationonline.eu platform will be available from April 2019 in English and from May 2019 in the languages of each partner country (Bulgarian,Spanish,Czech,Italian, Latvian and Croatian) and it will have the following modules:

  1. How to develop your soft skills
  2. How to find opportunities in the EU
  3. How to improve your digital competences
  4. How to interact with other cultures
  5. How to become an entrepreneur
  6. How to build your professional career

Graphic used during the training course for professionals in the field of adult education that took place in Bulgaria in October 2019.

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