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Developing an Adult Learning Strategy for Scotland

An invitation to adult learners and adult learning practitioners in the West of Scotland

The Scottish Government is currently working with its partners to develop a new Adult Learning Strategy for Scotland. As part of this process, a series of consultation sessions are taking place around Scotland in February and March with adult learners and adult learning practitioners (tutors, managers etc working in the public and third sectors). These sessions will help to shape the priorities in the national strategy.

Participants at the sessions will have the opportunity to find out more and discuss:

  • the key messages from the recent national adult learner survey
  • the draft key priorities and recommendations of the strategy
  • the local context for delivery against the key priorities and recommendations

Two of the sessions will be held in the West of Scotland. We invite any interested learners or practitioners based in the West to take part in  either of these discussions.

Glasgow: Tuesday 25th February, 9.30am-12pm

Venue: The Mitchell Library, North Street, Glasgow, G3 7DN

Please follow the Eventbrite link and book places at the morning session:

Coatbridge: Wednesday 18th March, 9.30am-12pm

Venue: New College Lanarkshire, 101 Park Street, Coatbridge, ML5 3LS

Please follow the Eventbrite link to book places at the morning session:


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