This group is for anyone who is interested in topics relating to adult and community learning. It will include information on funding, resources, staff development and links to events and publications.
Latest Activity: Apr 24
Celebrating teachers, trainers and tutors who help adults change their lives through learningNominations now open!Make sure a teacher, trainer or tutor you know receives the recognition they deserve for their contribution to lifelong learningNIACE…Continue
Started by Matt Robert Ewens Apr 24.
Jisc will be hosting three webinars specifically for the ACL community during Adult Learners’ Week (18-24 May). Hear from ACL providers themselves on how they are using technology to improve the learner experience. The webinars are taking place from…Continue
Started by Matt Robert Ewens May 17, 2013.
Recognise the achievements of your inspirational friends, family, colleagues or students by nominating them for the individual learner awards. You can also highlight the outstanding work of your organisation by nominating your learning projects.…Continue
Started by Matt Robert Ewens Dec 6, 2012.
Featuring latest news for adult and work based learning providers in the south west, the current edition includes:latest funding from NIACE and LSISe-books for skills project - get involved nowupcoming eventsresourcesongoing support from RSC South…Continue
Started by Tracey Morris. Last reply by Matt Robert Ewens Jun 20, 2012.
You now have less than 3 WEEKS until the deadline for Adult Learners’ Week nominations! Please could you put some thought into nominating someone as recognition of their learning - but you need to be quick as the closing date for nominations is 5pm…Continue
Started by Matt Robert Ewens Jan 10, 2012.
StartPoint Coffee Shop, a project funded through the Transformation Fund, has become a hub of the Woodley Precinct community where people of all ages come together to learn all sort of skills; from IT skills to knitting and from card-making to…Continue
Started by Matt Robert Ewens Dec 13, 2011.
The Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) £210 million Informal Adult and Community Learning (IACL) funding was protected in the spending review settlement, and BIS is currently reviewing this fund.The overall purpose of BIS funded…Continue
Started by Tracey Morris. Last reply by Tracey Morris Aug 25, 2011.
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