Adult Education and Skills
Published under: Solberg's Government
Publisher Ministry of Education and Research
The job market is changing rapidly, and it requires an increasingly skilled workforce. Enabling people of all ages to acquire new skills is one of the government’s priorities. Equally, it is more important than ever before to take good, well-informed decisions about your education.
2014-12-22: Education is becoming an increasingly important factor for success in the Norwegian labour market.
2017-02-21: The population's skills are society's most important resource and the basis for welfare, growth, wealth creation and sustainability. Solid skills within the workforce is and will be crucial both for the Norwegian economy's competitiveness and for employment.
2014-12-22: Fact sheet: White Paper Meld. St. 16 (2015–2016) Report to the Storting Social inclusion and a second chance – Coordinated efforts for adult learning
The most important documents are bills (propositions), white papers, hearing documents and Official Norwegian Reports (NOUs). (These documents are primarily available in Norwegian.)
Department of Policy Analysis, Lifelong Learning and International Affairs
Phone: +47 22 24 75 03
Address: Postboks 8119 Dep, 0032 Oslo
Visitor address: Kirkegata 18, Oslo