Capacity Building for Lifelong Learning Programme method and tools have been conceived to introduce an innovative capacity-building concept. The method has been collaboratively developed by the CB4LLP consortium founders and it’s products have been used as the natural framework for piloting capacity building activities during two years of a creation and validation process consisting in research and practical deployment on the field.
The CB4LLP website, with its repertories and training materials and with the CB4LLP Guidebook, are pillar tools necessary to implement CB4LLP method and are used to support the set up of Thematic Commissions on different themes when end-users’ needs are assessed and when end-users’ capacity to transfer LLP’s successful project outcomes are supported for improvement.
The CB4LLP website includes a large community of capacity building stakeholders and support them in interacting to take reciprocal advantages.
The guidebook is addressed to both CB4LLP thematic commissions facilitators and beneficiaries and provides the necessary tools for the Commissions’ facilitators.
The potential beneficiaries of CB4LLP method and tools are all potential or existing local, regional and national level stakeholders engaged in human development and in particular, to permit a rapid further search of them, they has been classified in the following categories:
– systems and policies institutional stakeholders | any person at any level responsible for systems and policies concerning all aspects of human development at any area like local, regional, national or international;
– social partners stakeholders | excluding market development, any person at any level, not directly responsible for systems and policies concerning all aspects of human development at any area like local, regional, national or international, but engaged in social dialogue as representatives and managers of NGO, politic parties, trade unions, employers organizations or any other organization like also associations of students’, trainees’, pupils’, teachers’, parents’ and adult learners at any area, local, regional, national or international’ associations;
– market sector stakeholders | enterprise managers, representatives and their managers of social partners engaged in market development issues, trade organisation members and chambers of commerce and industry operators, managers and representatives in their roles to promote and support market development;
– lifelong learning experts stakeholders | excluding guidance/counselling activities, anyone working or active in lifelong learning sector, personally engaged or as a member of iThe target groups who will adopt and benefit from the project outcomes are:
– nstitutions and/or organisations providing learning opportunities in regard to formal, non formal and informal learning;
– guidance/counselling experts stakeholders | anyone working or active in guidance, counselling and information services, personally engaged or as a member of iThe target groups who will adopt and benefit from the project outcomes are:
– nstitutions and/or organisations providing guidance, counselling and information / support services;
– researchers | centres managers and researchers working on lifelong learning and human development issues;