Lifelong learning refers to “each activity of learning throughout life with the aim of improving knowledge, skills and competencies within the framework of personal, civil, social or professional activities of individuals“. It includes learning in all periods of life (from early childhood to old age) and in all forms of its achievement (formal, non-formal and informal). (Commission of the European Communities, 2001., Making a European Area of Lifelong Learning a Reality.)
Establishing the Revision of Lifelong Learning is bases for work and progress of the Faculty. One of the strategic development plans of the Faculty refers to continuous increase in the number of programmes on non-formal learning and the number of programmes for training and development of trainees at the 5th level of the CQF. Informal learning forms will also be implemented. Application of e-learning and development of lifelong learning programmes in English will make furtehr education more accessible.