Our Research Surveys
Now more than ever, adult learning plays an integral role in every economy and society, and Singapore is no exception. We are confronted by significant structural changes such as changing global value chains, rapid advancement of digital technologies, and seismic demographic shifts that are transforming the way people live, work and connect with one another.
Training and Adult Education (TAE) Landscape 2022
The Institute for Adult Learning is conducting a national Training and Adult Education (TAE) Landscape Study 2022 to gather information about the organisations and professionals working in the TAE sector.Find Out More
International Survey of Adult Skills Cycle 2
The International Survey of Adult Skills is the major survey conducted as part of the Programme for the International Assessment of Adult Competencies (PIAAC). PIAAC is an initiative of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) that measures the level of distribution of skills among the adult populations as well as the extent of skills use in different contexts.Find Out More
Critical Core Skills Profiling Study
IAL is conducting a study to establish the core skills profiles of a range of occupation groups along with the general mode and nature of core skills development within and between those groups. Selected residents aged 20 to 70 from selected households will be chosen to take part in this survey.Find Out More