The European Inventory 2010 provides a unique record on how validation is already being used at national, regional and local level to address issues relating to lifelong learning, employment and social exclusion.
Lithuanian museums work to prepare educational programmes, many of which are for nursery-school children, infants and pupils. However, the idea of lifelong learning is spreading. Educational programmes must include different groups of visitors: families, national minorities, disabled and elderly people.
During the adult education week, on 19 November 2010, the Lithuanian Association of Adult Education (LAAE) organised a videoconference devoted to the quality of non-formal and informal adult education.
The essence of the bilingual education approach is that learning results not only in foreign language skills as such, but also serves as a method to help convey the content of the subject and develop important key competencies as well as professional expertise.