This research was carried out in order to study the present opportunity of the workers in Thailand in obtaining lifelong learning and to identify their needs for lifelong learning. Then a guideline for providing lifelong learning for these workers was proposed. Questionnaires was the main instrument for collecting data from 600 industrial workers and 120 administrators and supervisors. Moreover, some of them in each group were interviewed.
The main findings showed that most of the workers have never obtained any kind of vocational training before entering the labor market. This study also proposed the guideline for concerned agencies to provide lifelong learning activities for these workers.