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.
Continuous provision which allows learners to start and finish learning programmes throughout the year, not one fixed year or term dates.
Learning which is for personal development purposes, recreation and leisure, undertaken to improve quality of life. Recreational learning can lead to vocational learning if the goals of learners in their chosen subject become work-oriented.
A range of activities outside formal educational institutions designed to identify and attract non-learners, in order to encourage them to enrol in education and training programmes. (Note: see also ‘Hard to engage’).
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