Learning which takes place on site in the workplace, which can be statutory (e.g. health and safety), occupational and related to specific jobs, or wider programmes such as literacy, numeracy and language.
Learning taking place through carrying out and reflecting on work tasks in a real environment.
The non economic benefits of learning on personal, emotional and social life, including the impact on the health and well being of individuals, and the impact on levels of crime and social cohesion within communities and society as a whole.
Promoting access to education for individuals and social groups who do not participate in education and training and who would benefit from it.