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Inquiry announced Wednesday 10 July 2019.
The Education Committee's inquiry is examining the benefits of adult skills and lifelong learning to the individual, society and the wider economy. The inquiry will also explore the level of support available to learners, and the role played by local authorities/combined authority areas in providing adult education.
The Committee is inviting written submissions addressing the following questions:
If you would like to submit evidence of a personal experience of adult skills and lifelong learning, we will be running a survey over the summer to gather insight into people's experiences of this area. This will be announced on our Twitter feed in due course.
No evidence has been published by the committee yet.
There are currently no public meetings scheduled.
Education Committee examines the role and benefits of adult education, as well as issues around funding and participation