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Contribute to the STEM CLD Professional Learning Survey

The STEM (Sciences Technologies, Engineering and Mathematics) Strategy was launched in the Scottish Parliament in November 2017 by Shirley-Anne Somerville MSP, Minister for Further Education, Higher Education and Science. 

The strategy sets out the vision for STEM Education and Training for the next five years around the themes of Excellence, Equity, Inspiration and Connection.  There are a number of Community Learning and Development Actions in the Strategy which are summarised in the attachment below.

One of the key actions is around professional learning/ training in STEM subjects and we are keen to hear about the types of professional learning that would make the greatest impact on you and your learners. We would also like to know more about the best way for you to access career-long professional learning.

We would appreciate your help in completing this brief survey. It will only take a few minutes to complete.

Your individual response will not be shared with other organisations. However, the overall findings from the survey will play an important role in shaping the Scottish Government strategy for CLD career-long professional learning in STEM.

Please find to the CLD STEM Professional Learning Survey here

For a summary of STEM for CLD, please follow this link: STEM CLD Summary

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