Nominate an Outstanding Learner or Tutor for the Inspire Awards! ADVERTISING FEATURE

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Nominate an Outstanding Learner or Tutor for the Inspire Awards! ADVERTISING FEATURE


THIS year is the 25th anniversary of NIACE Dysgu Cymru, the charity which works to promote adult learning across Wales.

The charity aims to support and increase the number of adults participating in formal and informal learning.

Following on from its current campaign, 'Your Future, Your Choice, Your Action', in association with the Welsh Assembly Government, NIACE Dysgu Cymru will be hosting the Inspire Tutor and Mentor Awards Ceremony at Parc y Scarlets, Llanelli, on Thursday, March 25, to celebrate the contributions of outstanding tutors and mentors across Wales.

If you know of an inspirational tutor, why not nominate him or her? The deadline for nominations is January 29, 2010.

NIACE Dysgu Cymru runs two different Inspire Award Ceremonies, with the Inspire Learner Award Ceremony taking place in Adult Learners' Week, its flagship campaign, which will once again take place from May 15-22 this year. Thousands of new learners will take part in taster activities and outreach events as learning festivals take place in every local authority across Wales. Last year, over 22,000 new adult learners took part in activities in Wales during Adult Learners' Week, a campaign which now also takes place in over 50 countries worldwide.

The Adult Learners' Week festival is a celebration of the impact that adult learning makes in Wales and serves as a powerful reminder of the contribution learners can make towards developing confident, vibrant and successful communities. The campaign is part-funded by the European Social Fund through the Welsh Assembly Government.

As ever, Adult Learners' Week kicks off with the Inspire! Adult Learner Awards.

The stories discovered during the nomination process for these awards really do showcase the learning journeys taken by individuals, groups and families across Wales, highlighting the creativity, imagination and energy that adults bring to their learning.

The award winners will represent the range of adult learning across Wales, some will have learned in classes, others through the contributions they make to voluntary organisations, whilst others will have learned at work. …

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