Participation in life-long learning by adults
The percentage shows the share of the population aged 25–64 who have participated in lifelong learning.
Participation in formal and non-formal learning
The percentage shows the share of the population aged 25–64 who have participated in formal and non-formal learning. Formal learning provides the core knowledge, skills and competences that are recognised in the society, whereas their acquisition is usually formally assessed (preprimary and basic education; general and vocational education; higher education (incl. Master's and doctoral studies)). Non-formal learning is based on specific training programmes and intended for specific groups (occupational training, language learning, art classes etc.).
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