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Parent term: Learning
(also called Lifelong Learning) Job-related Continuing Learning or Lifelong Learning is the process in which different craftsmen and adults take part to acquire and / or learn new awareness, knowledge, skills or attitude competencies throughout life via all organized, systematic education, training, work and general life experiences in order to improve their opportunities for advancement and promotion. Continuing Learning or Lifelong Learning programmes are educational programmes usually offered to adults as part-time or short courses in professional fields, personal, academic or occupational subject areas to update and improve occupational skills.
Source: Wahba 2013, Global