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General Objectives Aimed For Adult Education General Objectives Aimed For Adult Education 1. Acquisition and updating of Basic Education. 2. Facilitating access to the different levels of the Spanish Educational System, Vocational Training or General Certificate of Secondary Education and the Upper Secondary Certificate (Baccalaur é at). 3. Development of adult participation skills in the social, cultural, political and economic areas of life. 4. Development of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT). 5. Encouraging the learning and use of foreign languages. 6. Development of programmes and courses that respond to the particular and specific needs of the social groups on risk of exclusion. Education in Spain is decentralised and each region has the autonomy to organise and design their syllabus based on the regulations and laws established by the Spanish Education Ministry.
three compulsory fields To obtain a General Certificate in Secondary Education it is necessary to fulfil these three compulsory fields of knowledge: Basic Instrumental Instrumental Education Education Technology, Work Life, and Society and Society Personal Development and Social Participation Communication: Spanish Language and Literature and English Social Studies Nature Sciences Mathematics Society and Employment Tecnology and Society Health and Consume Social and Personal Skills Gender and Society
I NITIAL (3/4 YEARS ) P OST - INITIAL (3 YEARS ) Level III (Certification) GCSE Must enable adults to obtain the General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE) in Adult Education Level II (Advanced) Level I (Consolidation) Level III (Elementary) Consolidation of knowledge and Elementary Instrumental Techniques Level II (Beginner) Must enable learners to acquire arithmetic and reading-writing techniques required to satisfied daily needs and to understand the reality of their social context Level I (Literacy) Basic English (level I-II) Introduction to the basics of the English Language Spanish as a foreign Language (Level I-II) Introduction to the basics of the Spanish Language
APPROACHES TO THE PROMOTION OF ACTIVE CITIZENSHIP WITH DISADVANTAGED COMMUNITIES APPROACHES TO THE PROMOTION OF ACTIVE CITIZENSHIP WITH DISADVANTAGED COMMUNITIES. The project is seen as a European network of NGO`s and other organizations from Belgium, Germany, Ireland, the Netherlands and Spain devoted to promoting a better understanding of Active Citizenship in Europe. In order to ensure greater respect for democracy it is necessary to seek practical means of promoting active citizenship. The ATPAC-project will serve as a platform for partnership cooperation and for the development of a strategy for European aspects in the context of active citizenship. This platform will facilitate communication, the sharing of experiences related to the promotion of active citizenship and the creation of a process for dissemination best practices.
The partnership developed from an interest in inter-culture dialogue and awareness for learners, currently limited by social exclusion and disadvantage. Therefore, the project will deliver opportunities for inter-cultural awareness, explore traditions and share life- perspectives on aspiration, seeking employment and inclusion. A key activity of the project will be offering mobility opportunities to learners.