Birmingham Adult Education Service is a fantastic choice if you are thinking about starting a course to learn something new, improve existing skills or increase your knowledge. Improving lives of Manitobans since 1999, Adult Education Centres helps you become a confident learner and opens doors of opportunity and personal growth. The GED exam gives adults who have not graduated from high school the opportunity to earn a high school equivalency certificate. Organization and administration of adult education events such as short courses, seminars, workshops, conferences and institutes.
The demand for adult learning is increasing and the Commission is committed to helping all EU countries create adult learning systems characterised by flexibility, high quality, excellent teaching, and the full involvement of local authorities, employers, social partners, civil society, and cultural organisations.
Each year our adult education classes help thousands of learners to achieve their goals and ambitions, and we are here to help you too. Elective courses could include those chosen from the online University Calendar which contains courses such as CNPS (Counselling Psychology) 363, 364, 365, 433 and EPSE (Education Psychology and Special Education) 303. The Kansas Board of Regents has compiled this list of sites for you to find the program best suited for your needs. Adult Basic Education (ABE) — For adults, 16 years or older, who did not graduate from high school and who want to improve their basic skills. Develop skills in reading, math, writing, social studies, and science so they can help children with their homework, be active in community affairs, and get better jobs. Call us at 860-695-5840,or visit your local GED® testing center at Adult Education Center, 110 Washington Street.
Community-based adult education with particular emphasis on the application of knowledge of the social, economic, cultural and political environment in developing and conducting adult education programs with an for individuals and groups. The Office of Adult and Continuing Education Teacher Talk newsletter highlights teachers and their best practices, successes and celebrates our teachers and students. The General Education Development (GED) and HiSET are nationally recognized high school equivalency diplomas. Our English as a Second Language (ESL) program is designed to support students at varying levels of learning English, instilling a greater sense of confidence. Adult Education faculty are instrumental in developing and sharing best practices for teaching adult learners.
Maine Adult Education partners with the Maine Adult Education Association , a professional organization that advocates for adult education locally, statewide and nationally, and supports its members in order to meet the educational needs of Maine’s adults.