The introduction and the extension of updated curriculum on SLE education in universities to develop strategic needs accross multilingual Europe [Reason].
To improve and to strength the links between industry (research and development laboratories) and universities in the area of SLE [Reason].
The definition of a coherent system for acquisition of competencies and skills through dedicated training models addressed to various job profiles and to expected changes in the SLE market [Reason].
The creation of an European infrastructure for testing, evaluation, certification, quality assessment and dissemination of training resources in the area of SLE in order to increase the quality of collaboration among different institutions over Europe [Reason].
The definition of a system for the accreditation of SLE courses and a validation procedure for that [Reason].
Continuous interdisciplinary professional development for teaching staff in speech technology in the context of life long learning and modern teaching methodologies [Reason].
The adaptation of educational technology infrastructure to current innovations imposed by the market or research imperatives [Reason].
For universities in Central and Eastern Europe it is imperative to strength the links with similar institutions from EU in order to set up new curricula, to retrain the staff and to develop the educational and research infrastructure according to well recognized standards [Reason].
Larger coordinated efforts are needed to continue the promotion of research an innovations in SLE for developing new applications using the integration of speech and language [Reason].
Building professional competencies through training mobilities in the EU frame by different programmes and according to a common accreditation system (ECTS) [Reason].
Industry, national and international bodies should continue to support projects for the development, testing and evaluation of advanced training modules for SLE, including ODL and LLL. ISCA-SIG on education can play an important role [Reason].
To continue the organisation of summer schools in the idea of the integration of speech and language [Reason].
More phonetics and computational linguistics in technical university education could better prepare students for the professional jobs in SLE [Reason].
The contents of curricula in SLE should be in consensus with the multidisciplinarity of this field. It is stratified into different approaching levels. A selection of tutorials modules are recommended together with software resources available in relation to curricular requirements and educational criteria [Reason].