News & Events | 04 Nov, 2022
Global Lifelong Learning Summit, 01-02 November 2022
The inaugural Global Lifelong Learning Summit (GLLS), jointly organised by the Institute for Adult Learning (IAL) and SkillsFuture Singapore, was held from 1st to 2nd November 2002. The summit examined how different stakeholders – learners, institutions, enterprises, Government – can come together to enable effective lifelong learning as a means to raise long-term employability, through discussions on different approaches to lifelong learning, best practices, and opportunities for collaboration.
Professor Phillip Brown was a panellist at the Global Lifelong Learning Summit: Maximising the socio-economic impact of lifelong learning. The panel discussed the role of workplace learning as part of the future of work, and deliberate on the conditions, models, and mechanisms required to enable workers to up-skill and re-skill in the workplace.
Professor Brown having a discussion with Senior Minister Tharman Shanmugaratnam
Visit the summit webpage for more information on the summit and summit materials.