Adult Learning

Adult Learning Project

There are THREE local priorities to we support under the Community Learning Funding/Adult Education:

This area of work will focus on skills and employability of local communities with a focus on improving the functional skills in English, maths and IT.

This area will focus on improving the health and lifestyles of communities through learning new practical skills, empowering individuals through learning and increasing confidence and social skills/Wellbeing activities.

The following are examples of the kinds of activity to be supported:

Activities to support integration and cohesion among our diverse communities.

Priority Groups

To ensure that funding is focussed on people that are disadvantaged and least likely to participate, we focus on inviting applications from adults:

What Are The Criteria For Funding?

All applications must meet the following essential key criteria:

The Timetable & The Application Process Will Be Provided As Per Delivery

Teaching Qualifications

We have qualified tutors/trainers who are involved in the delivery of some areas of teaching and learning (such as learning with a focus on maths, English, IT or Employability) and suitably qualified in their area of specialism or working towards, as a minimum, the level 3 Award in Education and Training (previously PTLLS) teaching qualification

Safeguarding Learners

As a highly successful organisations we provide a safe, healthy and supportive learning environment ensuring that learners are protected. We work with vulnerable groups and comply with the current Disclosure and Barring Bureau Service (DBS).

Equality and Diversity

We actively promote Equality and Diversity and ensure that we create the opportunities for people to develop to their best potential, aim high and achieve employment, improve their career or enhance their personal wellbeing. All learners will have access to the levels of service and support that are appropriate to their needs.

Provision of Information, Advice and Guidance (IAG)

It is expected that all learners will receive IAG as part of their programme. This service is integral to the delivery of all projects and is delivered at the start of the project, during the project (for example, by giving learners feedback on their progress and making suggestions for improvement) and at the end of the project.

Data Protection

In accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998, Personal Data will be treated in confidence and will not be disclosed to any third party except where it is required or permitted to do so by law, or where the individual has given his/her consent in advance.

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