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Adult Learning Support has merged into our parent body, Literacy Aotearoa. We are now part of a national organisation and will operate as Literacy Aotearoa here in the Nelson/Tasman region. Our name and structure might be changing, but everything else will remain the same. Individually tailored education? Free to learners? Support Us If you or your organization are interested in supporting the students and the mission of the Adult Learning Center (ALC), please consider donating in one of the following two ways: Donate Funds.

Maybe you grew up knowing you had a learning disability and received special education services. Or you struggled with learning difficulties and never knew exactly how to identify the problem. As an adult, you are probably now in command of a number of techniques that make life easier. Frameworks for Understanding Adult Learning. In recent decades, several theoretical approaches to adult learning have served as useful lenses for research on adult learners; these frameworks help researchers think about practices across various contexts of adult learning.

Learning support practice may include: Employed practice, voluntary practice and/or placement in a learning support role. Learning support practice for these qualifications must be within a quality assured environment. Any appropriate location for practice will allow a trainee learning support practitioner to meet the requirement of the standards. Adult Learning Theories Adult learning theories provide insight into how. What Are Adult Learning Theories? There is no single theory of learning that can be ap-plied to all adults. Indeed, the literature of the past century has yielded a variety of models, sets of as-sumptions and principles, theories, and explanations that make up the adult.

Adult learners can apply for grants and bursaries to help pay for courses and training. Usually, you do not have to pay this money back. For most grants and bursaries you apply directly to the Author: Government Digital Service.