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  • Title: European Learning Account Project
    Descriptive info: .. European Learning Account Project.. © 2002 ELAP.. All rights reserved.. Welcome to the website of the.. ELAP Network.. The.. European.. Learning Account Partners’.. (ELAP) Network is a network of representatives from both national and regional governments and other organisations such as.. eCommerce beratung.. firms, e.. g.. Onlineshop optimierung.. or.. Moccamaster.. , across the European Union.. and beyond, interested in developing policies that enable individuals to plan, manage and invest in their own lifelong learning and for the costs of that learning to be shared by government, individuals, employers and other interested parties.. P.. artners in the ELAP Network are developing and implementing a variety of co-financing mechanisms to meet national objectives, ranging from entitlement and voucher systems to actual financial accounts,  ...   learning to be shared by those who benefit from the outcomes.. In addition, some partners are exploring other ways to co-finance learning, for example, through tax incentives and time off from work.. ELAP is the only Network of its kind that provides a forum for both practitioners and policy makers to exchange information, expertise and good practice about the financing of lifelong learning, thus enabling policy to be developed at a grass roots level.. The ELAP Network is financed and managed by the Learning and Skills Council of England.. For more information about ELAP, its activities, the services it offers and how to join can be found by clicking on.. ‘FAQS’.. Acknowledgement: This website was originally developed and funded by the Basque Government..

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  • Title: European Learning Account Project
    Descriptive info: (ELAP) Network is a network of representatives from both national and regional governments and other organisations across the European Union.. Strategic Partners:.. eCommerce Consulting.. |.. Ayudo..

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  • Title: European Learning Account Project
    Descriptive info: Partners.. Austria.. Basque Country.. Belgium - Flanders.. Germany.. Hungary.. Italy - Emilia Romagna.. Italy - Ministry of Welfare.. Italy - Trento.. Netherlands.. OECD.. Sweden.. Sweden - Skandia.. Switzerland.. United Kingdom - England.. United Kingdom - Learning + Skills Council..

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  • Title: European Learning Account Project
    Descriptive info: Learner Accounts In UK.. More Detail.. There is a possibility of a pilot project within the sudwest UK.. dealing this project with the National Goberment.. OECD Conference - 'Policies to Strengthen Incentives Mechanisms for Co-financing Lifelong Learning.. This international policy conference was held in Bonn in October 2003.. Details of the conference, workshop papers and conference recommendations can be found on the conference website - www.. financing.. lifelonglearning.. de.. Workshop papers which were the focus of the Conference, had been prepared by ELAP partners and focussed on issues raised as a result of evaluating  ...   (ILAWales) from July 2003.. 21st Century Skills - Realising our Potential.. UK Government skills strategy, published on 9th July 2003.. This is a cross-Government strategy, involving the Departments of Education and Skills (DfES), Trade and Industry (DTI), Work and Pensions (DWP) and the.. Treasury.. The aim of this national Skills Strategy is to ensure that employers have the right skills to support the success of their businesses, and individuals have the skills they need to be both employable and personally fulfilled.. The full text of the strategy can be downloaded from: www.. dfes.. gov.. uk/skillsstrategy..

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  • Title: European Learning Account Project
    Descriptive info: Categories.. Co-financing - Mechanisms.. Co-financing - Policy.. ELAP Partner Projects.. General Information and Links.. Lifelong Learning - General.. Research.. Latest Documents.. 1.. Financing Further Education Lifelong Learning.. View the site.. This publication comprises papers given at a conference in 2002, sponsored by the FiBS organisation, Cologne on financing further education and lifelong learning.. The publication is not available in electronic format, but copies can be obtained from: Dr.. Dieter Dohmen -D.. Dohmen@fibs-koeln.. de.. 2.. ELAP Network Working Agreement.. This document provides details of how to join the ELAP Network.. 3.. A Learning Development Account Project in Flanders.. This paper describes a Learning Account Project that was launched by the Flemish Government in September 2002.. 4.. Financing of Further Education and Lifelong Learning.. A publication in English comprising papers given at a conference sponsored by the FiBS organisation, Cologne on fiunancing lifelong learning.. (The publication is not available in electronic form, but copies can be obtained from:  ...   Sebastian at the end of June.. 8.. Systemic Approach to co-financing LLL.. The OECD paper.. Recent experience and current debate.. By the OECD Education directorate.. 9.. The Basque White Book on Lifelong Learning.. The Basque White Book on Lifelong Learning: A learning country.. One of the chapters deals with financial issues.. This Strategic document has been approved in March 2004.. 10.. Flemish report on ILA Pilots.. This document contains a report of the scientific study during the first year of the pilot projects on Learning Accounts.. 11.. Dutch report on ILR.. A concept of the final report ready about the.. experimnets with the ILR.. 12.. Bonn OECD Conference repport.. This is a comprehensive overviews of the issues discussed at the Bonn Conference on co-financing organised by the German Ministry of Education and the OECD in October 2003.. 13.. UK Learner Account.. Learner Account.. New pilot project 2007 UK goberment.. 14.. Elap Report updated 2006.. Elap Report 2006..

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  • Title: European Learning Account Project
    Descriptive info: Frequently asked questions about the ELAP Network.. What is the ELAP Network?.. The European Learning Account Partners (ELAP) Network is a network of representatives from countries and organisations within the European Union and beyond who are interested in developing and testing mechanisms that encourage adults to participate in learning and enable the costs of that learning to be shared by interested parties such as individuals, employers, government and social partners.. Why was the Network set up?.. The Network was originally set up in 1999 by the then UK Department for Education and Employment (now Department for Education Skills).. The UK was in the process of developing its Individual Learning Account (ILA) initiative and was interested to know what other countries were doing in this area.. It was soon clear that the Network met a need.. There were a number off countries interested in developing learning account type mechanisms and keen work together to share information and good practice on a wide range of policy and operational issues.. The number of partners is growing all the time and comprises representatives from both national and regional governments, an employer, and independent institutes and organisations interested in the enagaging in a practical way with the debate about financing lifelong learning.. How is the Network funded?.. Currently the Network is managed and funded by the National Learning and Skills Council in England (.. www.. lsc.. uk.. ).. What is unique about the ELAP Network?.. The ELAP partners represent a wide mix of organisations and government departments, with many of them involved in developing and piloting  ...   identify and evaluate mechanisms to co-finance lifelong learning has led to the Network widening its interest in terms of the types of 'accounts' which might be developed to include time accounts, tax incentives and mechanisms which allow for both saving and borrowing for learning and it is clear that for many countries 'learning accoun't type mechanisms are part of a wider a debate about the whole issue of who should pay for lifelong learning.. Recently, Network partners agreed that the original name of ELAP should be retained and that partners from outside Europe would be welcome to join, subject to signing up to the ELAP Network Working Agreement (see Papers and Documents).. What are the benefits of joining the Network?.. There are very practical benefits to be derived from being a partner in the Network, such as:.. sharing information and ideas about developing and implementing.. co-financing mechanisms.. seeking solutions to specific operational issues e.. what works and what doesn't work and how to avoid problems.. calling on the skills and experience of other partners to assist in setting up and managing co-financing mechanisms.. exchanging information on examples of good practice.. In addition, the Network provides the opportunity to consider the wider implications of developing policy to introduce co-financing lifelong learning and to contribute to the development of thinking and research in this area.. How do you become a partner in the Network?.. Application, in the first instance is to the Network Director, followed by completion of the Network Working Agreement (see Papers and Documents) which outlines the obligations of the partners..

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  • Title: European Learning Account Project
    Descriptive info: Case Studies.. This Page is under construction..

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  • Title: European Learning Account Project
    Descriptive info: Name:.. ELAP Network.. Contact Name:.. Mrs Kay Cheesman.. Tel:.. 0034605773198/0034944395.. e-mail:.. maure@irakasle.. net /leire.. bilbao.. elgezabal@bizkaia.. net.. Please fill in the form below to contact us and we will get back to you a.. s.. a.. p.. e-mail address:.. email text:..

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