Participation in informal education

Lifelong learning has many benefits, including the acquisition of knowledge and the development of skills. Lifelong learning can also facilitate career advancement. Opportunities for learning should be equally accessible to people with disability in both formal and informal settings. These include adult and community education, continuing education and training, professional development and self-directed learning (Australia’s Disability Strategy 2021–2031).

Data are not yet available for measures under this policy priority (see also below).

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