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Developments: Adult education strategies reviewedPosted: 2021-12-21 / Category: United Kingdom 2021 / Tags: basic skills funding covid-19
According to the EAEA member in the UK Learning and Work Institute, there are promising actions on adult education and skills across the UK, but these need to be supported by investment and strategic co-ordination with wider policy. Adult learning...
Challenges: Loss of opportunity for international exchange and collaborationPosted: 2021-12-21 / Category: United Kingdom 2021 / Tags: employability inclusion basic skills life skills
The UK no longer participates in Erasmus+. This means that there is a loss of opportunity for exchange and collaboration in adult learning and education, as there is no provision for this in the UK's replacement programme, the Turing Scheme.
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Developments: Preparing for the future changes to the economyPosted: 2020-12-02 / Category: United Kingdom 2020 / Tags: basic skills
2019-2020 has seen a number of policy developments in adult education in the UK. In England, the government has committed to the creation of a National Skills Fund and a National Retraining Scheme, which will aim to prepare workers for future chan...
Challenges: Corona takes a tollPosted: 2020-12-02 / Category: United Kingdom 2020 / Tags: covid-19
The response to the corona pandemic was the most immediate challenge in England and Wales over the last year. Adult education providers will need to continue to develop blended options for online learning, as the restrictions will continue in 2021...
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Overview: adult education in the United KingdomPosted: 2020-11-26 / Category: 2019 / Tags:
Adult Education in the United Kingdom takes a range of different forms across England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. In England some of the main objectives for adult learning and education provision are to
- raise achievement in...