Lifelong learning Added:21.8. 2010
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Lifelong learning

Learning does not stop getting a higher education diploma. The present time requires continuous improvement of knowledge and personal skills. Lifelong learning allows candidates to deepen their knowledge and also improve the transition between education and employment. Take a look at specific issues and goals of the program and enjoy its benefits.

Lifelong learning encompasses all learning opportunities, which are seen as a single interconnected unit, that facilitates diverse and numerous transitions between education and employment, which enables to acquire the same skills and competence in various ways and at any time during life.

  • Ability to learn in different stages of life in accordance with their capabilities, needs and interests
  • Initial and continuing vocational training is to equip people skills and abilities creatively solve problems of the modern knowledge-based and should not lack moral content
  • The importance of institutions outside the formal education system and the importance of informal education and informel (unorganized) in different learning environments

Lifelong Learning === ===

  • Efforts to ensure that all individuals have completed the full cycle of secondary education
  • Trying to be smoother and more flexible links between education and employment
  • Traditional education systems to become more open and flexible, so that pupils and students to create individual learning paths according to their needs and interests throughout their lives

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=== Education Division

  • ** Formal ** – educational institutions, most schools
  • Informal ** ** – organized leisure activities for children and adults
  • ** ** Informal – Learning disorganized

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University of Third Age === ===

University of Third Age is part of a lifelong learning and focus on education ** of people of retirement age **. The aim is to enhance existing knowledge of participants and acquaint them with latest knowledge and technologies.

** Requirements **

  • Age boundaries (usually required age for retirement)
  • Complete secondary education (in exceptional cases may be waived)
  • Fee – fee (the fee for the academic year, provides high school)

** Course **

  • Teaching – lectures, seminars, field trips
  • Regularity – usually once a fortnight

** End **

  • Condition is a predetermined minimum participation (this will be recorded in full-time schedules)
  • Graduates will receive certificates

Note: Students Age University students are not under Law No. 111/1998 Coll. Higher Education.

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