In Montenegro adult education is based on the strategic law on adult education and centers, but focuses on vocational education and training. Complementing the training sector with non-formal education, some civil society organisations provide learning opportunities from ICT to entrepreneurship skills to foster the holistic education for adults.
Montenegro country reports
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Posted: 2021-12-21 / Category: Montenegro 2021 / Tags:
EAEA’s member, Centre for Vocational Education and Training (CSO) states that the adult learning and education situation in Montenegro has practically remained the same with no major changes in policy or implementation. The funding situation has r...
CSO’s focus areas for 2022 will be media literacy, environmental heritage, civil democracy, and promotion of adult learning. CSO is advocating for a better representation and visibility of adult learning and urges the government to include ALE in...
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Posted: 2020-11-23 / Category: Montenegro 2020 / Tags: european pillar of social rights
The situation of adult education in Montenegro has slightly improved in the last year, as the government adopted the new four year National Plan for Adult Education (2019/2022). The plan draws on a range of recommendations from European policies,...
Posted: 2020-11-23 / Category: Montenegro 2020 / Tags: validation
The main challenges for adult education continue to be the recognition of prior learning, the improvement of basic skills among the population and increasing the participation in adult learning and education in general.
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New policies in Montenegro enable organisations to plan innovative adult education initiatives. Indeed, there have been significant changes which enabled several actors to play a central role in strengthening VET training and other practices. None...
Posted: 2020-01-09 / Category: 2019 / Tags: professionalisation
This year Montenegro’s government adopted a new Adult Education Plan for 2019/2022 period, which is based on the guidelines, recommendations and resolutions of the EU council. In the new plan, adult education becomes integrated in the national dat...
Posted: 2020-01-09 / Category: 2019 / Tags: sustainable development
Concerning the implementation of SDGs, the Montenegrin state provided a new VET Strategy, which needs to be promoted and strengthened considerably, along with the AE Strategy and the Sustainable Development Strategy. To implement these strategies...
Since 2016, the system for adult education has been financially supported by Erasmus+ projects (EPALE and Adult Learning Agenda), no significant changes have taken place recently on the national level – the national budget still does not allocate...