Lifelong Learning – How Do You Do It Right?

This article provides an overview of different ways in the continuing education you never stop learning, it is so beautiful. But how do you make it right? Again and again one reads of lifelong learning”, whether in the press or in the education policy as well. The labour market is subject to constant change and companies place increasing emphasis on well-trained professionals. To be thus seems to be almost goes without saying, besides the profession constantly to educate themselves to up to date”. But which is the right training? And what exactly is to keep in mind for the training? Professionally better progress at any time, many wish it of course. There are different activities for students, trainees, professionals and the unemployed. Professional development refers to the appropriation of knowledge, which expands an existing education. There are three different aspects of training depending on the professional stage: an operational training by the company itself is often workers offered to keep them on the latest business developments.

Furthermore unemployment supported by the Agency for work with Government-sponsored training, so that they can again be incorporated into the labour market. You can and should be active but yourself to expand his skills and thus competitive to stay as well as to increase exit opportunities and ultimately financially to take advantage. Who has already completed an apprenticeship, for enough to catch up on E.g. the German Abitur on the second education possibilities. On an evening high school, all aged 19 and over three years can obtain the general qualification for university entrance. Through the flexible school that fall into the evening hours, it is possible to pursue a job during the day.

Homework also disappear. Night school funding can be applied as needed of the BAfoG-Office, the lessons on Government evening secondary schools are even free of charge in most cases. Job-related training can be used, however, the deepening or renewal of knowledge. This means that a first phase of training is completed in a particular area. Here, too, there are different ways, be it through E-learning, attending courses at a vocational school or a private educational institution, such as, for example, WBS training training. Even in such a case, the training can be promoted nationally. Thus an education in private educational institutions for a wide range of interested parties should be open… At the successful completion of a dual, also financial subsidies can be requested by the gifted education works. This promotion requires a maximum age of 25 years and an average mark of at least 1.9. After passing aptitude test, the gifted work bears the costs for in-service courses and interdisciplinary training. Based on this knowledge many a training opportunities regardless of financial conditions the interested parties. Marinus Hubert