Lifelong learning in Asia and Pacific

INTERNATIONAL LABOUR OFFICE (ILO)
Publication Date 
2004
64 p

This report describes the concept and purpose of lifelong learning in Asia and the Pacific. It emphasises the need for a well trained workforce to cope with the changing pace of the economy, the importance of related government laws and policy, and highlights relevant case studies from the different regions. The report concludes that if an individual possesses skills and knowledge through a lifelong learning process, an individual is likely to influence his/her employment outcome and lifelong income. This report would be useful for governments and practitioners interested in lifelong learning in Asia and the Pacific

Meeting:
ILO Regional Tripartite Meeting
Bangkok, Thailand
8-10 December 2003
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