One of the targets in Shaping 2030 is to develop a distinct Lifelong Learning profile for the UT. In 2021 a design team started to explore the opportunities of LLL at UT, resulting in a roadmap for LLL, based on four scenarios. This roadmap was endorsed by the Executive Board and the Deans. In February 2022 a Quartermaster Team (QMT) started to coordinate and actively build up and expand the LLL profile and offerings. The goal of the QMT is to develop distinct propositions, operational mechanisms and quality assurance.
Starting March 2023, the QMT has become the PMT. The PMT's main role is to coordinate support and expertise for our goals. We bridge the faculties and support groups for UT-wide lifelong learning initiatives.
With this webpage, the PMT would like to inform the internal UT community about the progress, but also invite UT members to think along.
Get to know the PMT
Life Long Learning CAFES
We frequently arrange LLL cafes, informal gatherings open to all UT members engaged in or interested in Lifelong Learning. These cafes serve as a platform to foster connections and learn from one another by engaging in casual discussions, exchanging experiences, and addressing LLL topics. Building relationships and collaborative learning are key objectives of these meetings.
WHY LIFELONG LEARNING AT UT?
The 21st century is characterised by revolutionary technological developments and solutions. These developments imply a need to reskill and upskill the workforce. The UT is in a good position to offer high-quality training for a qualified workplace. Thus, in Shaping 2030, the UT has committed itself to strengthening its focus on societal impact and on addressing societal challenges in collaboration with relevant stakeholders.