Adult Learners' Week

Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland), May 15, 2012 | Go to article overview

Adult Learners' Week


WHY not try something new this week and find out what learning can do for you? Whether you are looking to learn new skills, improve your knowledge or simply have fun, Britain's biggest festival of learning can help you on your way.

As part of Adult Learners' Week, hundreds of organisations throughout Scotland have opened their doors.

Through one quick visit, you can find out just how many opportunities there are for Learning at Work Get to grips with the latest developments in your industry and see how you can improve you own individual skills set.

Learners in Inverness can find out about online learning this week at the AWS Information Suite. to try both new and existing learners.

Even if you can't make it in person, there are plenty of ways to find out more about adult learning.

All this week, Scotland's towns and cities will be home to special education stalls - all bursting with information.

No matter how you choose to learn, there is a class, course or programme to suit your individual needs.

To find out more about what's happening in your area, Freephone: 0800 100 900.

Open doors Take the opportunity to visit some of your local learning providers and find out firsthand exactly what's on offer. Whether you are interested in community education, on-the-job training or college and university courses, today is the day to do something about it.

Events Tomorrow and Thursday, there will be live demonstrations on just how valuable a source of learning the internet can be. Call 0131 310 8608 for more information. …

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