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See you on September 4th!
Tomorrow, September 4th we are to give a pitch about «Dedu center» at Vector Project Review, held by Vector online school for urban entrepreneurs, that bases at Strelka Institute (Moscow).
Very excited to present our project idea to the leading experts of the start-up industry and waiting for their review!
Vector Project Review
Monday, September 4th, we took part in Vector Project Review at Strelka Industry Institute.
The main idea of the event was to give no longer than a 5-minute speech and receive feedback on your idea from the industry experts.
Younger Staff Training
Next week we’re flying to Brussels to take part in Younger Staff Training, held by European Association for the Education of Adults.
EAEA is the voice of non-formal adult education in Europe with 142 member organisations in 44 countries and represents more than 60 million learners Europe-wide. This year the training will focus on three separate areas: policy and advocacy, reaching out to new learners and communication as well as non-formal teaching methods in AE.
All the next week we'll dedicate to the events of the training and every day since September 19th we'll make a live stream hour on our social media channels.
While studying we discovered the workplace learning methods and today we help Yandex.Taxi Department of Marketing implementing workplace learning principles to the process.
Learn more about workplace learning - check the ABC of Andragogy.
How it was in Brussels
Finally, we're glad to share our experience of taking part in Youth Staff Training in Brussels by European Association for the education of Adults that took place in Brussels in late October 2017.
Since 2011 the training has been supported by the European Union Parliament and has become a launching pad for adult education professionals, uniting participants from across the Europe and giving them an opportunity to forge new connections and partnerships.
This year the training focused on specific methods of adult education, which vary from country to country, and priorities of learning in EU.
Also, we were lucky to hear Gina Ebner, Secretary of the European Association for the Education of Adults speaking of educational policy in different countries and we made a mapping of adult educational methods diversity.
Learn more about the EAEA Younger Staff Training 2017 and its participants from the article - https://goo.gl/b1zQji.F
Next week we're taking part in "Rost" forum that will be held in Vladivostok on November 3-4.
We'll travel to the Russky Island and speak about how education changes life of an adult and share our experience on developing marketing strategy for small business.
"Rost" forum is one of the major business events in the Far East that unites young businessmen with successful leaders of the industry.
Find out more on Rost Forum.