The Department of Education, Employment and Workforce Relations (DEEWR) define Adult and Community Education (ACE) as " intended principally for adults, including general, vocational, basic and community education, and recreation, leisure and personal enrichment programs." It also includes the "ACE sector the organisations and providers who deliver adult and community education programs, including evening and community colleges, Workers Educational Associations (WEA),community adult education centres, neighbourhood houses, churches, schools, TAFE institutes, universities (continuing education), University of the Third Age (U3A)". Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations (DEEWR), Glossary A to E, [online], Available at: http://url.edna.edu.au/sDhM.
Deadline for submission: Monday, 10/11/2008 at 17:00. The European Training Foundation (ETF) is recruiting a new director (grade AD 14).
The European Commission has published in the Official Journal of 10 October 2008 (C 258A) the post of Director of the European Training Foundation(ETF). The ETF is a European Union agency established through Council Regulation 1360/90 of 7 May 1990 and is located in Turin, Italy. Since it became operational in 1995, the ETF has become a centre of expertise in the development and reform of vocational education and training systems in the candidate countries, the Western Balkans, the Meda region and the countries of Eastern Europe and Central Asia. The ETF provides direct support to the European Commission and to its partner countries within the framework of its external relations programmes (including IPA, ENPI and Meda programmes). A full description of the post, the required qualifications, an application form and instructions on how to apply can be found in the Official Journal C 258A of 10 October 2008.