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ENPHE Focus & Working Groups

WORKING GROUPS (from 2012)

From 2012 new Working Groups have been created. During the Vienna Conference (November 2012) the "old" Focus Groups have presented their final results and outcomes. In the following Seminar in Vilnius (March 2013) the new Working Groups started:

EU DIRECTIVES (ESCO)
INTERNATIONALISATION
PRACTICE BASED LEARNING
FACILITATION OF LEARNING
RESEARCH 


FOCUS GROUPS (2009 - 2012)

Enphe started with Focus Groups in 2009 after the Rotterdam Conference. The first Seminar took place in Malta 2009. 

TRANSPARENCY 

QUALITY ASSURANCE

EU DIRECTIVES

EUROPEAN QUALIFICATIONS FRAMEWORK

LIFELONG LEARNING

MOBILITY

Each Focus Group is formed by 3 core members (1 leader and 2 co-workers) and work in their field of expertise in collaboration with their Sounding Board Group and all ENPHE members. The Sounding Board Groups assist the Focus Groups closely and provide feedback, suggestions, etc. during the year and in seminars and conferences; the ENPHE members will discuss and collaborate during the workshops of the annual conferences. The composition of Focus Groups and Sounding Board Groups is based on expertise, interest, commitment, enthusiasm and geographical distribution.   


WORKING GROUPS (2007 - 2009)
During the ENPHE conference in Prague, Czech Republic, 4-6 October 2007, Enphe started with 4 Working Groups (2007 - 2009):



In spring 2009 (Rotterdam Conference) it was decided to change these groups into 6 groups to be more effective.