Continuing Education

Continuing Education is defined as the set of training activities that are developed to improve both the skills and qualifications of professionals in training and retraining of busy professionals, allowing to reconcile the increased competitiveness of individual businesses with professional training. Also Continuing Education is understood as all learning activity undertaken throughout life with the aim of improving knowledge, skills and competences within a personal, civic, social or employment-related.

The concept of lifelong learning, understood as a global action, breaks with traditional ideas. With its
implementation are meaningless the conventional difference between “education” and “training” and
sectionalism of human life clearly separated into three stages: school, work and retirement.
Continuing training is primarily aimed at achieving the following purposes:
• Strengthen the skill level of professionals in different sectors, thus avoiding the deadlock in their
skills and thus improving their employment situation and professional.
• Addressing the specific needs of organizations and companies.
• Enhancing competitiveness of the institutions and companies.
• Adapting human resources to technological innovations and new forms of work organization.
• Promote the development of new economic activities.
The Continuing Education Strategy does not pursue only economic goals but also is intended that through her professional and personal development to become actively involved in a society that is increasingly complex and requires greater skill to meet the varied needs both work and personal.
In short, the Continuing Education understood as the updating of knowledge and new skills and
qualifications is a task that will continue throughout life.