Lessons for living
- Making an investment. Payne, John // Adults Learning;Jan2000, Vol. 11 Issue 5, p19
Presents the results of an evaluative study of the use of Individual Learning Accounts (ILA) in Dorset, England during the financial year 1999/2000. Profile of account holders; Level of enthusiasm for ILA in Dorset; Problems about paying for learning; Importance of guidance.
- Innovate to educate. Lucas, Bill // People Management;10/14/1999, Vol. 5 Issue 20, p35
Highlights the role of British local authorities in achieving and maintaining a culture of lifelong learning. Educational services provided by local authorities; Corporate affairs responsibility of councils; Signs of councils' growing interest in lifelong learning.
- A new learning culture? Possibilities and contradictions in accreditation. Davies, Pat // Studies in the Education of Adults;Apr99, Vol. 31 Issue 1, p10
Examines the notion of a learning culture as developed in policy proposals and locates this in the context of wider trends in Great Britain. Definition of a learning culture; Study of the Open College Network credit-based system of learning; Discussion of whether any movement towards a learning...
- A Question of Race? Malach, Alyson // Adults Learning;Jun99, Vol. 10 Issue 10, p24
Discusses the efforts of Great Britain to improve the participation of disadvantaged and minority groups to lifelong learning. Approach used by the government to address the problem; Low participation of Afro-Caribbeans in education; Significance of having Afro-Caribbean and minority teachers...
- ARE YOU LISTENING OUT THERE...AND LEARNING? Merton, Bryan // Adults Learning;Dec2000, Vol. 12 Issue 4, p18
Focuses on organizational learning in Great Britain. Impact of work-based learning to the lifelong learning strategy of the government; Benefits offered by the initiatives concerning adult and community learning.
- Adult participation in learning and the economic imperative: a critique of policy in Wales. Gorard, Stephen // Studies in the Education of Adults;Oct2000, Vol. 32 Issue 2, p181
Presents a critique of proposed policies for lifelong learning in Great Britain, using data from the devolved principality of Wales. Proposals and logical flaws in the Education and Training Action Plan approved by the Assembly of Wales; Findings of a National Institute of Adult Continuing...
- Mich. commissioner axes mandatory CE courseworks. Schmitt, Frederick // National Underwriter / Life & Health Financial Services;1/06/96, Vol. 101 Issue 1, p1
Reports on D. Joseph Olson, Michigan Insurance Commissioner's decision to dispose of mandatory continuing education for insurance agents in his jurisdiction. Reason for disposal of continuing education; Opposition to the proposal.
- The Regional Dimension of the Lifelong Learning Policies Program in Romania. ŢOCA, CONSTANTIN-VASILE // Transylvanian Review;2015 Supplement 1, Vol. 24, p145
The paper proposes an analysis on the regional dimension of the Lifelong Learning Policies in Romania through rite regionalization of the mobility and placement programs included. Through an applied methodology, we will study the following relevant indicators: student mobilities and placement,...
- Mad professors. Lumby, Catharine // Bulletin with Newsweek;10/14/2003, Vol. 121 Issue 6394, p39
The Australian government's proposed industrial reforms for tertiary education are likely to force to underperform a sector that is crying out for change. Presented here is a comment on the impact on the proposed bill on continuing education and college lecturers. A personal assistant in a...