Elearning plays a more and more important role in the further education.  People who want and needs further education very often are not able to participate in face-to-face courses: Women or men with young children, employees in shift-work, people in responsible jobs who works not only in the regular time are some of them. But unfortunately distance-learning is very often not carried out successful. Dropout and lack of learning outcomes are reported.

The main objective of the project “Lifelong@learning – LL@L” is to develop an educational guide for fostering the implementation of online-learning on the basis of exchanging good practices between the partners and the pilot-training with educators and trainer.

The proposed course is based on good distance learning and teaching practices and is the outcome of the combination of methodologies deriving from the multidisciplinary approach of the members of the partnership as well as from the experience gained during the teaching in the various participating countries.

So LL@L helps educators and trainer with the open innovation online guide for:

  • Developing a new approach to adult education and training which focuses on learning outcomes and learner responsibility and autonomy.
  • Ensuring flexible arrangements adapted to different training needs of adults, including in-company training and workplace-based learning.
  • Making better use of ICT in the context of adult learning, as a means of widening access and improving the quality of provision

The kick-off meeting has been carried out at 17th October 2016 in Tetovo, Macedonia.

Sreten Koceski, as coordinator of the LL@L project, gave a warm welcome to the participants. The first session of the meeting was focused on presentation of the participants and their organization.

The main focus of the meeting has been the agreement on the work-plan. The first step will be the identification of good practices. All partners have experience in the topic online-learning so they will provide it as basis for the development of the guide. In February the next meeting will take place in Paris for discussing and revising the guide before it will be used in the pilot-training in Huelva in May or June. The results will be evaluated in the forth meeting in Hannover in November before the guide will be finalized and translated. Then it will be presented to the interested public and in the final meeting in Tetovo in February 2018.



The project started on 1st September 2016 and will end on 28th February 2018.

5 partners are involved:

Community Development Institute (Tetovo, Macedonia) as coordinator,

Lifelong Learning Center (Skopje, Macedonia), Volkshochschule Hannover (Hannover, Germany), La Ligue De L’enseignement (Paris, France) and Inercia Digital (Huelva, Spain) as partners.

More information you will find here:

Renate Ackermann

VHS Hannover