The Conceptual Foundations of Lifelong Learning in Kazakhstan: Process Modeling

Serik Omirbayev, Darkhan Akhmed-Zaki, Aidos Mukhatayev, Andrii Biloshchytskyi, Khanat Kassenov, Adil Faizullin


Considering the increased interest in ensuring the well-being of a person, lifelong learning takes a leading place in society. The purpose of this study is to build the concept of the LLL system for the Republic of Kazakhstan based on the methodology of education and international best practices, as well as global trends in the development of education. The key idea of the study is to justify the LLL system, which provides coverage of the country's population with formal, non-formal and informal learning to increase its competitiveness and basic competencies to the level of the OECD countries. To do this, we propose mechanisms that allow us to fully recognize the learning outcomes of formal, non-formal and informal education.
These ideas were proposed by the authors to the Kazakhstan’s Government
on the development of the Concept of Lifelong Learning.


Lifelong learning; Recognition of learning outcomes; personal competence; formal education; non-formal education; non-formal education

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