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Connect 4 Wellbeing Funding for Adult Learning and Wellbeing now Live!

As you may be aware, Learning Link Scotland, Scotland’s Learning Partnership and Community Learning & Development Managers Scotland, were invited to apply to Scottish Government for funding to support their partners as part of the COVID recovery funding package. We are delighted to tell you that we have received some additional resource to share with our partners. The project starts this month, January 2022. 


Learning Link Scotland would like to invite our third sector partners to join us on this project and run a short course or one-off session on health and wellbeing for your adult learning groups. We look forward to working with you and for the programmes to be relaxed – supporting adults to come back to learning after long periods away.  


If you would like to join us, please get in touch by Monday 24th January and we will arrange a quick chat to talk through your needs and what you would like to do. There is no formal funding application for you to complete and the focus is on activities or resources that help to re-engage with adult learners after 2 years of COVID, build learner confidence, help them to reconnect with others and reduce isolation.  


Contact: Shirley Howitt, Development Officer, Learning Link Scotland  



Telephone: 07725812343 

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