Target Group: Adult Learners

Geographical Reach: Europe wide

Project Duration: 2013 – 2015

Project Funder: Grundtvig

Project Manager: Katharine Lane


Project Aim

Alternative Techniques for Engaging with Disadvantaged Adult Learners (ATEDAL) is a Grundtvig Life Long Learning project funded by the European Union

The ATEDAL project aims to encourage more young adults from socially disadvantaged groups to make use of the ongoing lifelong learning opportunities available to them.

New skills and techniques learnt by ATEDAL project partners will improve the quality of lessons delivered to the adult learners that are engaged by the project. ATEDAL will allow new techniques for engaging hard to reach groups to be shared.

By working with European partners ATEDAL’s aim is to provide staff and learners the opportunity to make new contacts across Europe and have a greater understanding and value of working at a European level.


Project Partners

AFIDEL – France

Bucovina Institute – Romania

Arbeit und Leben – Germany

NieuweMediaSchool – Belgium

ORTAKOY Public Training – Turkey



“ATEDAL provides the opportunity for us to learn about the amazing ways different cultures apporach and engage disadvantaged adult learners. To date we have learned so much through the project and as participants this can only support lifelong learning across Europe.” – Stu Packer, Actor & Storyteller for Superact


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