You may be retired but you're certainly NOT tired!
Retirees, adult, and mature students need to keep acquiring and developing new skills for their personal growth. This is good for their mental, emotional, psychological (and physical!) well-being. The IDMANN Program In Lifelong Learning (PLL) focuses on providing some of those additional skills to adult and more mature students. IDMANN PLL modules are highly flexible and are purely for personal interest and development. Classes are held in very small groups (with the option for one-on-one instruction) and are scheduled primarily around the convenience of the participants. PLL is the program where older students can pursue their interests without the pressure of academic evaluation (or unwanted peer pressure). Participants learn at their own pace and for their leisure.
An important component of the Program for Lifelong Learning is that it emphasizes the social connections and personal relationships fostered during the program events. PLL endeavors to bring together retirees and mature students from different cultures and diverse backgrounds to share the experience of pursuing these common interests. By forming these diverse and integrated classes, students achieve expanded horizons and a broadened worldview, all from the safety of their homes (which may include retirement communities and assisted-living homes). IDMANN PLL supports participants in many countries where the language of instruction is English.