The Malta Independent 25 May 2020, Monday

LifeLong Learning Centre is currently offering 197 academic courses online

Monday, 6 April 2020, 19:46 Last update: about 3 months ago

Minister for Education and Employment Owen Bonnici visited the main centre for lifelong learning in Msida in order to join in on an online lecture.

Bonnici stressed the importance of adult education, as it grants an added opportunity for people to further their studies and, consequently, their careers. 

In the current academic year, the Lifelong Learning Centre is offering courses to a total of 8,600 students. Practically all academic courses, 197 in all, have switched to online teaching under the care of 86 educators.

Minister Bonnici also said that, "Even though schools and educational institutions are currently closed, everyone is encouraged to further their studies. We have a wide range of initiatives set up so that every student, including those in adult education, can keep on learning."

He thanked the staff at the LifeLong Learning Centre for the commitment and dedication.



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