Adult education lecturers or tutors work in the post education sector, and are involved in teaching a vast range of subjects and skills to a very wide range of people for many different purposes. Employers include adult community and FE colleges, outreach centres and charitable organisations. A lot of jobs in this sector are part-time, and tutors often work for more than one employer.
We are Scotland's leading voluntary sector adult education organisation, supporting business growth by offering companies training opportunities. Thanks to this course I started to feel more confident and I started to believe in me, I would very much like to continue studying. It gave me further insight into issues adults face with literacy and how I could look out for this with the adults I work with.
Qualifications are vital in helping people realise their potential — but recognising their wider achievements in life is just as significant. That is the guiding principle behind the Adult Achievement Awards, an area where Scotland really is leading the world. Newbattle Abbey College was the natural choice to develop and lead on the awards.
CLD empowers people of all ages to work individually or collectively to make positive changes in their lives, and in their communities, through learning, personal development and active citizenship. Our ambitions for improving the life chances of young people in Scotland are set out in the National Youth Work Strategy Community learning and development builds the capacity of communities to do things for themselves and have their voices heard in the planning and delivery of services.
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As you might expect, the final document is still a number of months away so a great deal of work is still needed before a first draft of the strategy is available for consultation. At this stage however the group is pleased to report that the outline of a strategy, based on all the prior consultation and feedback from the sector, is beginning to emerge. The working group are clear that any new strategy should be aligned to the National Performance Framework so the key deliverables within the strategy will contribute to one or more policy objectives.