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We have to keep Learning all our Lives - but Where and How?

We have to keep Learning all our Lives - but Where and How?
We know perfectly well that the labour market will demand that we learn new things, take further education - in short, that we keep learning all our lives. But we will probably not do so seated in a classroom with pen and notebook at the ready.
The digital age, with its automation, robotisation and increasing use of artificial intelligence, requires more continuing education than before, as does ‘the green shift', which entails investments in new energy solutions using state-of-the-art technology. Our infrastructure is increasingly controlled by computers that have to be programmed and checked. Internationalisation requires language skills and the ability to work in foreign companies and multicultural environments.

THE LIFELONG LEARNING REFORM
The political signals are clear: Lifelong learning will become vital to employees as well as employers, and will also be important in order to maintain the competitiveness of Norwegian society at large. The Norwegian prime minister has expressed this in plain terms, and funding has been allocated over the 2019 national budget for a skills reform called Lære hele livet (‘Lifelong learning').
The following is quoted from the budget proposal currently under consideration by the Norwegian parliament, the Storting:
“ The government will implement a skills reform to ensure that people do not drop out of the labour market for lack of skills. The government proposes an increase of about NOK 130 million in funding for measures under the skills reform. This includes NOK 37 million for the development of flexible further education programs in the field of technology and digital solutions and NOK 30 million for industry programm
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