3. DIUS-funded informal adult education a) Is the adult education service basically a 1970s model, now overtaken by the developments summarised in Chapter 1? Or is it a successful service that has the potential, with the reforms currently in train, to develop and thrive in the 21st century? It . UCU Response to the DIUS Consultation: Informal Adult Learning – Shaping the Way Ahead: Part 1 Introduction UCU represents 120,000 academic and academic related staff in universities, general further and specialist further education colleges and adult and prison education services. UCU represents adult learning practitioners across the.
DIUS-funded informal adult learning 13. Partnership working. Most of the questions in this section are beyond our remit. But we would like to comment that there is clearly more scope for museums to work in partnership with other adult learning providers. Good partnerships do exist, but these tend to have been based on the initiative of individuals. Third Sector National Learning Alliance: response to DIUS consultation on Informal Adult Learning 1.0 Introduction 1.1The following response to Shaping the way ahead: informal adult learning from the Department for Universities, Innovation & Skills (DIUS), is submitted by the Third Sector National Learning Alliance (TSNLA) and is based on a substantial consultation of Third Sector learning and.
DIUS-funded informal adult education 17 Chapter 4 Ensuring equality of access to learning 22 Chapter 5 The contribution of technology and broadcasting 26 Chapter 6 Discussion points 31. 2 InformAl Adult leArnIng 3 All forms of good adult learning are valuable. Whether vocational, or. Adult informal learning Policy recommendations 5 References 1 Adult informal learning is currently a priority for the Department for Innovation, Universities and Skills (DIUS) with a Command Paper due to be released in March 2009. Policy which supports the use of technology for adult informal learning has the potential to further.
May 19, 2008 · 1.4 The consultation has generated debate about the definition of 'adult informal learning'. DIUS describes it as 'learning for pleasure, leisure and personal development'. It is also suggested that most informal learning is not accredited, or where it is accreditation is not the main purpose. Informal Adult Learning - DIUS response to the consultation In publishing Informal Adult Learning – Shaping the Way Ahead we wanted to kick start a discussion that would lay the foundations for a new informal adult learning strategy for the 21 st century. It’s clear from your responses to the consultation that individuals and.