Adult Learners Week is celebrated across Australia. Three celebrations were chosen to showcase.
Every year, a small group of extra-impressive learners are chosen as Adult Learners Week Ambassadors. Meet the 2023 cohort.
Meet the five outstanding adult learners who are this year’s scholarship winners
Speakers at the launch of Adult Learners Week 2023 were living embodiments of the Week’s It’s never too late theme.
The Westcoast Reader is a Canadian newspaper that adapts the news for readers who want to improve their English reading and language skills.
Bus Stop Films, a not-for-profit organisation that teaches film-making to people with an intellectual disability, is shifting attitudes about disability on and off screen.
Hub Cap in Geraldton, WA is a free literacy program for men, many of whom have spent their lives hiding their struggles with reading and writing.
Transition 2 Success is an education program that aims to nip youth crime in the bud and keep young Queenslanders on track.
A huge uptick in cycling since COVID is creating new business opportunities for the bike savvy in Victoria’s Yarra Valley and a Box Hill Institute bike maintenance course is in demand.
Odyssey House NSW provides adult education to help residents recovering from addiction to develop the skills they need to rebuild their lives.
Mitch Tambo and a range of speakers launched ALW2022 with uplifting stories about the power of adult education to change the course of people’s lives.
For ten years stay-at-home single mum Elsa looked for excuses not to leave the house. A parenting course put her on the path to education, training and a new career.
Maya’s employer encouraged the shy 21-year-old to take up study to improve her foundation skills and help her at work. Now she’s come out of her shell and there’s no stopping her.
Childhood illness disrupted Terrence’s schooling and he never really caught up. At 25 he decided to have another go. Bit by bit his confidence grew. Now he’s got his sights set on uni.
A life-changing automotive skills program gives young people who are on the wrong path the opportunity to re-set their bearings.