In Cyprus around half of the adult population participates in non-formal learning activities throughout the year. The Cypriot life-long-learning strategy sets ambitious goals that aim at recognising non-formal and informal learning, improving counselling and supporting the unemployed and promoting digital skills.
Cyprus country reports
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Posted: 2020-11-23 / Category: Cyprus 2020 / Tags: funding
The situation of adult education in Cyprus has stayed the same over the last year, there have been no major new policies or initiatives. The funding situation of the Centre for Competence Development Cyprus (COMCY) has slightly improved because t...
The adult learning sector in Cyprus has been significantly affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. However, the work of EAEA's member the Centre for Competence Development Cyprus (COMCY) has been only slightly affected. The pandemic has led to a postpo...
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Posted: 2020-08-21 / Category: 2019 / Tags:Cyprus issued its first National Strategy for Lifelong Learning in 2014 and has continuously had high participation rates in adult education, compared to the European average.