Presentation on theme: "June 2010 Slide 1 Mainstreaming e-Learning in education and training EUCIS-LLL."— Presentation transcript:
June 2010 Slide 1 Mainstreaming e-Learning in education and training EUCIS-LLL
June 2010 Slide 2 History of EUCIS-LLL Officially created in members and 1 partner today Only platform on LifeLong Learning
June 2010 Slide 3 Mission of EUCIS-LLL Promoting LLL Creating bridges Making OSC voices heard EU civil dialogue
June 2010 Slide 4 Monitoring EU policies Encouraging transectoral projects Dialoguing with EU Positions & campaigns Activities Public hearings Conferences & seminars Working groups LLL Weeks Stakeholders Forum
June 2010 Slide 5 ETDF is a platform of actors in T&D, for adults in their professional life
June 2010 Slide 6 Introduction In 1984, I have been part of the OSE ( Ordinateur au Service de lEducation ) project in Belgium At this time the question was How can we use IT tools in education? 28 years later, fundamentally e-learning is not yet the most used way to develop people But the question is Is IT tools appropriate to fulfill the specific T&D needs of a specific person?
June 2010 Slide 7 First Analogy… I am the Learning Process owner in a WW company We have decided to have a global approach for the learning activities –have global providers group contracts, don't re-invent the wheel, prices –have a global Learning Mgt System (Corp. catalog + local cats) manage, monitor, measure –employees categories, –ages, –countries,…
June 2010 Slide 8 First Analogy… We have decided to have a global approach for the learning activities –have global providers –have a global Learning Mgt System (Corp. catalog + local cats) –obviously some activities are deployed: using IT learning solutions (diff. languages + localization) –languages skills –Basics of Business (Mkt, Strategy, Finances, Legal…) + access to books, reviews… –IT literacy (µSoft tools, Google Apps,…) –certifications (Project Mgt, ITIL, Accounting,…) using classrooms, workshops (globally designed) –we dont have a specific policy for IT tools (to be used when appropriate!) We will double our size by acquisition in September –our learning solutions can immediately be deployed largely
June 2010 Slide 9 What the future of work? Five forces (Linda Gratton, LBS) need for a low-carbon economy rapid advances in technology increasing globalization profound changes in longevity and demography profound social changes
June 2010 Slide 10 Impact on Organizations Leadership: in a world of transparency and collaboration, leaders will have to work in a collaborative manner High performing virtual teams: we have to re-invent the way to work remotely Valuable cross-business networks and relationships: open Innovation, but also strategy… Valuable relationships with customers, partners… Flexible working: work from home, part-time working, job sharing…
June 2010 Slide 11 Mainstreaming e-Learning IT tools (connectivity, devices) are deployed (largely). The real question is how the users will use it to learn To learn: is not replacing classrooms by web based training, social medias,.. it is how to empower end users to: –create, practice –collaborate –communicate …to develop them!
June 2010 Slide 12 Some low hanging fruits… to support VAQ, employability and LLL Support the development of Home working, and the development of needed competencies Support all kind of certification which can be provided on-line: –Accounting, auditing, buying, HR,… –Project Management, SIX Sigma, IT (ITIL, Microsoft )… Support development of languages skills by e- learning Develop teachers new skills (able to support development of networking, information gathering, cooperation, …)