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.
Benefits that learners gain from learning. (Covers both economic returns and social returns).
The added value of education and training for individuals and the society.
- benefits of education and training can be private, i.e. received by individual persons or enterprises, or public, benefiting a whole region, economy or society;
- benefits can be monetary (e.g. wages), economic (e.g. employment, productivity, growth) or non-monetary (e.g. health, well-being, social cohesion; reduced criminality).
Situational (day to day life), institutional (rules and procedures), dispositional (attitudes to learning) and/or financial factors which impede, dissuade from or prevent engagement in learning programmes or activities.
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