We’ve all heard the one about old dogs and new tricks. Well, the best evidence we have tells us it’s not only wrong that as we get older we can’t learn new skills; research shows that lifelong learning is good for our wellbeing.

Our learning evidence reviews are carried out with a world-class research team and look at how non-formal and workplace learning is linked with wellbeing.

CALL FOR EVIDENCE: LEARNING FOR 16 – 24 YEAR OLDS & WELLBEING

Be part of the national evidence base on how learning contributes to wellbeing in young people. Submit your evaluations before 15 September.

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