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Adult Learning in Prisons – Statement of Ambition: Consultation event

Statement of Ambition for Adult Learning 
Learning Link Scotland co-chair the Professional Learning Working Group for the Statement of Ambition for Adult Learning, the group are organising the following event:

Adult Learning in Prisons – Statement of Ambition: Consultation event
November 9th 2017, 9.30-12.30, venue tbc
You are invited to engage in dialogue informed by on-going consultation activity relating to the vision statement Adult Learning in Scotland: Statement of Ambition, including:

  • Updates from previous consultations held at City of Glasgow College and Dundee University
  • Project based learning – challenges and successes of developing adult learning programmes in prisons drawing upon Further Education and CLD practices.  
  • Engaging learners – supporting potential learners into structured programmes
  • Evaluating learning programmes – ways of evaluating learning programmes with complex aims 

There are limited places for this consultation event. Please RSVP via email to

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