Adult learning is a vital component of the European Commission’s lifelong learning policy. Supply and take up: significantly increasing the supply of high-quality adult learning provision, especially in literacy, numeracy and digital skills, and increasing take-up through effective outreach, guidance and motivation strategies which target the groups most in need.
Special Programs — Our Youth Services Program provides low-income youth with career counseling, skills training and job placement assistance, while our Vocational Skills Program sponsors free computer classes for currently enrolled Adult Education students.
Governance: ensuring the coherence of adult learning with other policy areas, improving coordination, effectiveness and relevance to the needs of society, the economy and the environment; increasing, where appropriate, both private and public investment.
Adult learning comprises formal, non-formal, and informal learning; it can be for employing basics , for obtaining new qualifications, for up-skilling or re-skilling for employment , for personal growth, or just for …