The Adult Learning Strategic Forum is currently developing an Adult Learning Strategy for Scotland in consultation with learners and practitioners. A series of consultation events were held in early 2020 but a number of planned events were unable to take place due the national lockdown of March 2020.
We would like to consult with practitioners and learners who have so far not been able to contribute to this consultation process. We would particularly like to hear from adult literacies and ESOL learners and practitioners alongside those from South West, South East, North (Aberdeenshire and Islands), and West (Lanarkshires) who were not able to attend the planned events.
Our aim is to bring together adult learning leaders, practitioners and adult learners to have conversations around the developing Adult Learning Strategy for Scotland.
Specifically, we will:
The outputs of this session will help develop the Adult Learning Strategy.
Two consultations will take place and you can register for one by following the link for your preferred date:
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