LLP & CB: the state of the art

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Lifelong Learning Programme & Capacity Building: the state of the art

International research and evidence show that those responsible for development strategies, either at sector, regional or national level, tend to be relatively isolated, often relying on their personal abilities and contacts, lacking of a solid background of information on methodologies, tools and good practices emerging form Lifelong Learning Programme and related initiatives.

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CB4LLP Aims

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Under the Lifelong Learning Programme’s transversal key activity 4 “Dissemination and exploitation of results”, the CB4LLP consortium has started to incorporate Lifelong Learning Programme projects’ results into individual, organisational and institutional development strategies, to create and to promote new Capacity Building methodologies and practical tools for stakeholders at sectoral, regional, national and international levels.

CB4LLP consortium aims to revolutionize specific Capacity Building processes to bring up better LLP projects’ results to sectoral, regional, national and international stakeholders’ attention and to consequently enhance their level of ability to include them into their development strategies.

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Cooperation

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International Community of Capacity Builders is sustained by CB4LLLP Ambassadors. Activities are carried out in Thematic Commissions and during Capacity Building Fairs. Piloting Activities and International Workshops aim to promote the state-of-the-art tools and resources, and Dissemination and Exploitation Campaigns across Europe highlight the benefits and opportunities of the integration of LLL tools and resources into capacity building processes.

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Capacity Building For Life Long Learning Programme

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Capacity Building for Lifelong Learning Programme method and tools have been conceived to introduce an innovative capacity-building concept. The method has been collaboratively developed by the CB4LLP consortium founders and it's products have been used as the natural framework for piloting capacity building activities during two years of a creation and validation process consisting in research and practical deployment on the field.

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CB4LLP International Consortium

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CB4LLP started with 67 Associated Partners: 20 European associations and networks, 35 municipalities around Europe, several Chambers of Commerce, VET centers and non-profit organizations.

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The partnership is composed by a multifaceted network of organizations active in different and complementary areas and experienced in conceiving and implementing Lifelong Learning initiatives.

All partners contributed consistently to the foundation of the Consortium, providing their specific expertise as well as their communication channels, as described below:

EUROPEAN LLL FRAMEWORK: EUCIS LLL, made up of 24 European networks active in education and training, ensured the framework for dissemination and exploitation of project results and outcomes across Europe and beyond.

VOCATIONAL TRAINING: EfVET, as one of the main European networks of vocational training providers, representing over 1.500 organizations across EU, fostered the adoption of LLL Programme outcomes within VET

HIGHER EDUCATION: University of Sarajevo, active in research and implementation of local development strategies, contributed to establishing the methodological framework for implementing capacity building processes based on LLL resources and outcomes of previous related initiatives.

DECISION MAKERS / PUBLIC ADMINISTRATORS: Central Denmark EU office, Lapplands Gymnasium and SVAP (Association for Sustainable Development in Greece) represent stakeholders at local, regional and national level responsible for local development strategies, have supported the conception phase and the piloting actions

FINANCIAL AND ECONOMIC PLANNING: Cooperation Bancaire pour l’Europe, a consortia of private banks active in developing financial products to support local development, have contributed by promoting LLL resources for capacity building processes in the banking sector

CAPACITY BUILDING PROVIDERS: European Minds and ASSET TECH, as consultancy companies have fostered their actions in the field of training, coaching and technical assistance based on implementing LLL resources within capacity building processes

PROJECT COORDINATION: CSCS has acted as coordinator overarching project management, ensuring the dissemination and exploitation of the results and tools developed within LLL related initiatives via capacity building processes.

The network members of EUCIS LLL, representing key players from civil society and complementary education sectors, constitute a powerful channel securing a wide communication and potential impact across Europe, going beyond the contractual period. EUCIS LLL members include, among others, CONTACT 2103, DARE, EAEA, EAICY, ECSWE, ECNAIS, EDEN, EFEC, EFFE, EFIL, EfVET, EPA, EUROCLIO, EURASHE, AEGEE, ESHA, ESN, ETDF, EUCA, EUCEN, EUROWEA, EVTA, FEECA, FEDEC, FICEMEA, IAEC, ISCA, OBESSU, SOLIDAR, UNIQUE.

The partnership with its associated partners represents a strategic consortium with potential impact on different sectors of education including vocational training, higher education as well as non formal education.

 

CB4LLP Magazine

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  1. Issue No. 1/2013