One Step Up

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Dipartimento di Scienze dell’Educazione e dei Processi Culturali e Formativi

ENABLING THE LOW SKILLED TO TAKE THEIR QUALIFICATIONS "ONE STEP UP" Implementation of Action plan on adult learning Public Open Tender EAC/27/2008

Final Report Key Factors Analysis and Final Recommendations by University of Florence DIE-Deutsches Institut für Erwachsenenbildung IREA-Institutul Român de Educaţie a Adulţilor

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This document constitutes the Final Report of the Study “Enabling the low skilled to take their qualifications one step up”, the European Commission-DG EAC assigned in December 2008 (Public Open Tender EAC/27/2008, Contract– 2008–5008/001-001 LLA-DISADU) to the Università degli Studi di Firenzee-Dipartimento di Scienze dell’Educazione e dei Processi Culturali e Formativi/University of Florence-Department of Educational Sciences and Cultural and Training Processes as main contractor, in partnership with DIE-Deutsches Institut für Erwachsenenbildung and IREAInstitutul Român de Educaţie a Adulţilor, subcontractor Melius s.r.l. The Scientific Committee has been chaired by Prof. Paolo Federighi (Università degli Studi di Firenze). Members of the Scientific Committee have been Prof. Ekkehard Nuissl von Rein (Scientific Director of DIE and University of Essen-Duissburg), Prof. Simona Sava (University of Timisoara), Prof. Vanna Boffo (Università degli Studi di Firenze) and Francesca Torlone (Melius srl). The individual contributions were provided by the following authors: - Paolo Federighi (Scientific Director) - Vanna Boffo - Ekkehard Nuissl von Rein - Simona Sava - Francesca Torlone Data collection, good practices analysis and case study reports were provided by: - Àngels Almendros (Generalitat de Catalunya, Departament d’EducacióDirecció General de Formació Professional, Artístics i Especialitzats-Unitat d’Educació Permanent, Spain). - Ari Antikainen (Finland). - Sigurjónsdóttir Aðalheiður (Vocational Education and Training-Mímirsímenntun, Iceland). - Iris Beckmann-Schulz (Germany). - Peter Bieheim (Germany). - Gerhard Bisovsky (Austria). - Liliya Bratoeva (National Agency for Vocational Education and Training, Bulgaria). - Priscilla Brosig (Germany). - José Cerf (Finland).

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- Els Coecklbergh (Belgium). - Chilariu Daniela (Fornetti-Quality Manager, Romania). - Hana Danihelkova (Association for Education and Development of Women-ATHENA, Czech Republic). - Andreea Dorobantu (IREA, Romania). - Clare ElAzebbi (Learning Connections, Lifelong Learning Directorate, Scottish Government, United Kingdom). - Carmen Fernández Herráez (Subdireción General de Aprendizaje a lo largo de la vita-Direción General de Ordenación y Formación ProfesionalMinisterio de Educación, Spain). - Alexander Urban (Germany). - Angela Fomison (Ufi Cymru, United Kingdom). - Nils Friberg (Sweden). - Suzanne Gatt (University of Malta, Malta). - Francesca Gelosi (Province of Ravenna, Italy). - Alessandra Graziani (Province of Ravenna, Italy). - Dunja Hoch (Liechtenstein). - Jean-Pierre Jeantheau (Agence nationale de lutte contre l’illetrismeANLCI, France). - Mary Kett (Further Education Development Coordinator Department of Education and Science, Ireland). - Natalja Kimso (Vilnius Adult Education Centre, Lithuania). - Jumbo Klercq (The Netherlands). - Ewa Kurantowicz (University of Lower Silesia-Institute of PedagogyDepartment of Social Research Methodology and Andragogy, Poland). - Morten Lassen (Denmark). - Giuseppe Leali (Italy). - Irina Maslo (Faculty of Education and Psychology-Institute of Pedagogical Science, Latvia). - Vida Mohorčič Špolar (Slovenia). - Adrianna Nizinska (University of Lower Silesia-Institute of PedagogyDepartment of Social Research Methodology and Andragogy, Poland). - Jos Noesen (Luxembourg). - Agnethe Nordentoft (Denmark). - Tom O’Mara (National Adult Literacy Agency-Distance Learning service, Ireland). - Amnon Owed (The Netherlands). - Marco Pomsel (Germany). - Katarina Popovic (Department for Adult Education, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Belgrade, Serb