Posted: by Verity Hilton in UALL News
Adult learning Australia celebrates 60th anniversary
By ‘lifelong learning’ we mean learning beyond school throughout the adult years via the formal education system, in workplaces and through community participation.
By ‘lifewide learning’ we mean developing the skills and knowledge required to engage in meaningful work, to participate fully as a citizen in a vibrant democracy, to live in harmony in a diverse, multi-cultural and rapidly changing society and to manage one’s health and personal wellbeing at all ages including in later life.
This video takes a look at some of the highlights over the years: