Adult Education providers in Croatia seek to facilitate learning across the formal and non-formal learning, in a country with a relatively low rate of participation in adult learning. The validation of non-formal education is a major challenge in Croatia, alongside the provision of basic skill education.
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Croatia still faces the challenge of one of the lowest rates of participation in adult education. In order to deal with this, the government has focused its efforts into strengthening the provision of vocational and professional training for adult...
Posted: 2020-01-09 / Category: 2019 / Tags: basic skills
The Croatian Ministry of Education is currently continuing its work on drafting the new Adult Education Act. Croatian EAEA members are expecting the new act to increase regulation of non-formal adult education providers.
During the last yea...
Recent policies on education are largely based on the Sustainable Development Goals and the Upskilling Pathways initiative. As was mentioned before, the government is focusing on strengthening the provision of basic skills. In addition to that the...
Posted: 2020-01-09 / Category: 2019 / Tags: non-formal learning
Following the adaptation of the new Adult Education Act, the education providers in Croatia may find complying with new regulations challenging. However, it is still not clear how the new Act will change the status quo for non-formal adult educati...