The Association of Adult Education Providers was established by 42 membership organizations in 1992, and since then it has grown to nearly 160 members, most of whom were enterprises, as well as schools, universities and non-profit organizations. It is the largest national adult education organization, and also performs a leading role in advocacy in the field of education.
The Association provides constant support in everyday activities for adult educators and adult education institutes, also ensures the continuous quality improvement of professional work, and the inevitable development of training methods and tools. Besides, the renowned members have been advocating for quality adult education for many years now.
Anyone who shares the same attitude as the members themselves towards adult education can join the Association.
Our mission is to play a decisive role in shaping the national adult education policy and its conditions in the mid to long-term future. We aim to represent and advocate for the interests of adult education and education organizing enterprises, institutes and non-profit organisations effectively.
Our other goal is to implement and adopt the EU education policy in Hungary, prepare education to face the challenges of entering international markets, and to help the integration of Hungarian adult education abroad.
The Association is also committed to propagate the importance of being a lifelong learner (LLL), and take an important role in forming its long-term policy.
Quality assurance (the so-called MIR Manual)
Organising conferences (twice annually, 1 or 2-day-long conferences – free for members)
Providing access to professional database, display advertisements, finding new grants, newly enacted Laws and Regulations
Ordering annual subscription to Microsoft Education
FVSZ Online (news, grants, Acts and Regulations, events, calls for proposals)
Support international relations
Previous EU Projects (as consortium member):
- Reveal 2 (Erasmus+): trainings for volunteers
- Trainbud (CIP): energy efficiency and renewal energy training for construction workers
- Norway Grant: motivating local employment around Budapest Airport (trainings, curriculum development)