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EPALE - E-Plattform für Erwachsenenbildung in Europa



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Adults who assist qualified adult learning teachers, or who take a role as one-to-one tutors for literacy and numeracy learners. Often referred to as ‘volunteer tutors’, they are engaged following short training courses, followed by in-service training. 



A lack of adequately skilled individuals available in the labour market.



Improvement in attainment or self-confidence



A well defined activity which has elements: curriculum, registration, tutoring and tests but takes place via postal correspondence or electronic media, linking instructors or students who are not together in a classroom. For this there is interaction between the teacher and the student, although it doesn’t happen immediately but with a delay. When the activity is recognised by the National Framework of Qualifications it should be classified as formal education, otherwise as non-formal. Note: This provides detail additional to the definition of ‘Distance learning’ in level 1.