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360 million DKK yearly for adult education


The government and the labor market partners (representatives of the companies, trade unions, municipalities, and regions) entered into a tripartite agreement to ensure that more adults learn how to read, write, understand, do basic math, and obtain digital skills. 

  • 119 million DKK yearly for AMU (labor market education); The purpose of the AMU courses is that workers can acquire the skills in demand on the labor market. There are some AMU courses in English
  • The formation of a national alliance on promotion of basic skills. 
  • 30 million DKK yearly for digital skills courses for adults. 
  • Expansion of FVU-English and FVU-digital (preparatory adult education). 
Narcis George Matache
Narcis George Matache
Executive Editor and Founder of "Last Week in Denmark".

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