Any user who accesses or uses resources to gather information, acquire skills, or construct knowledge For example, a college student in a course, a faculty or staff member or administrator in on the job training (OJT).
a blank slate, whereby he has nothing in his mind
a worker who is being trained for an occupation, which is not customarily recognized as an apprenticeable trade, for which skill, dexterity and judgment must be learned and who, when initially employed, produces little or nothing of value
An individual participating in an activity for the purpose of acquiring knowledge, skills, or attitudes.
Anyone who accesses information to increase their skills and knowledge.
In relation to the literacy, numeracy and ESOL curricula, a learner is anyone over 16 undergoing a programme of education or training in any context.
A person who, although not under a contract of service or apprenticeship, becomes subject to the hazards of an industry to which the Act applies for the purpose of undergoing testing, training, or probationary work preliminary to employment in an industry to which the Act applies. [Source: s. 1(1)(o) of the Act
(voir Apprenant) An individual involved in the acquisition of knowledge or skills in a technological learning system.
Anyone who accesses information to increase his or her skills and knowledge.
any person who, although not under a contract of service or apprenticeship, becomes subject to the hazards of an industry in the course of undergoing testing, training, or probationary work as a preliminary to employment;
Any person receiving education and training (in terms of the ABET Act of 2000)
a person who is involved in learning and/or assessment (at a school, private training establishment, polytechnic, wananga, university, or in the workplace, etc). Back to A-Z menu