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Adult Learning in the workplace

Adult Learning in the workplace

From 2016 to 2018 the group prepared policy guidance for Member States on how policy can promote a culture of career long learning in the workplace.

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Key Messages
Key Messages

Adult learning in the workplace that responds to individuals', employers' and societal demands needs to become a policy priority. This requires:

Building Blocks

Based on the inventory of policies, the lessons learned from peer learning, and additional evidence from studies and reports, the Working Group has identified "building blocks" that can be combined to construct effective adult workplace learning for different contexts.

Austria

Labour foundations (Arbeitsstifungen)

Austria

Trainers trained to deliver basic skills training in the workplace (T ABA: Trainer/inner-Ausbildung fur Basisbildung am Arbeitsplatz)

Belgium-Flanders

Qualifying programmers for jobseekers (OKOT: onerwijskwalificerend traject)

Denmark

Adult vocational training programmes (AVTP)

France

Personal training account, VET reforms and a decree on quality

Germany

Decade for Literacy 2016-2026

Ireland

Skilnets

Netherlands

Language at work (Taal op de werkvloer)

Norway

The National Skills Policy Strategy (2017-2021)

Norway

Skills Plus

Norway

The Tripartite Cooperation

Poland

Study on Human Capital in Poland (BKL: Bilans Kapitalu Ludzkeiego)

Portugal

System for the Anticipation of Qualification Needs (SANQ) and Qualifica programme

Portugal

The Qualifica programme  

Slovenia

Career Platform for Employees

Spain

Company training

Sweden

Company training

Switzerland

Go-Model - Upskilling at the workplace (Upskilling am Arbeitsplatz)

United Kingdom (England)

Enabling environment and statutory entitlement

Resources
Promoting adult learning in the workplace full report
Promoting adult learning in the workplace - executive summary (multilingual)