lifelong learning

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lifelong learning

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(Education) the provision or use of both formal and informal learning opportunities throughout people's lives in order to foster the continuous development and improvement of the knowledge and skills needed for employment and personal fulfilment
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The nonprofit organization's mission is to improve the lives of children who have been adopted or in foster care and their families through counseling, lifelong education, and a growing national network of trained professionals.
Ability to understand information and to communicate effectively is needed for personal development, social interaction, participation in civic life, lifelong education and for employment.
4 (BNA): Professional Communication Corporation - Nedaa, the Dubai Government security networks provider, and University of Dubai (UD), an initiative of Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry, recently joined forces to be actively involved in the human capacity development and lifelong education of the locals.
'In the short term, the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport jointly leads the national policy, lifelong education for all, [regarding] which we expect to receive government recommendations soon,' he said.
A number of professionals now optimise the many opportunities -- and flexibility -- of e-learning to redefine and better control their career paths, embark on a lifelong education, make progress in their professional life, and remain competitive in the labour market.
"These discretionary grant programs and this Administration's increased focus on STEM will help ensure our nation's students are exposed to STEM early in their lifelong education journeys and...
The first post-World War II developments of lifelong education (or education permanente as the French referred to it) emerged as a response to early onset economic crises of the late 1960s, and critical assessments of rigid education systems being made by writers such as Paolo Freire and Ivan Illich.
The Club provides a vibrant platform for the interrogation of documented ideas, frameworks and paradigms thus engendering critical interactions and discourse among crucial members of the Nigerian public, on various issues that have serious bearing on the Nigerian condition At the event, book aficionados agreed that lifelong education suggests that beyond the structured formal years of education, the process of learning continues in different forms.
And only a Labour Government would abolish tuition fees, reinstate maintenance grants and provide free, lifelong education in further education colleges.
The applicant also must give a personal reflection on the AAUW mission statement: "AAUW promotes equity for all women and girls, lifelong education, and positive social change."
The move has been criticised by both the opposition, representatives of education organisations, and observers.The team of analysts moved into the Lifelong Education Department was only temporary, Education Minister Martina Lubyova (nominee of the Slovak National Party) said.