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Adult Learning in Scotland survey now live

Scotland’s Learning Partnership, Learning Link Scotland and Workers’ Educational Association Scotland have released the Adult Learning in Scotland survey. The survey aims to focus on priorities over the next five years and ultimately develop a strong and informed strategy for adult learning across the nation. The strategy will consider the principles of the Statement of Ambition, which are as follows: 

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  • Adult learning is lifelong, from a child’s earliest years to post-compulsory education
  • Adult learning affects all areas of life, including personal, work, family and community aspects
  • Adult learning is learner-centred and the educational process should be aligned with a learner’s motives and interests 

The survey is delivered here on the Survey Monkey website and is quick and easy to complete, comprising of just seven key questions. Users will also have the opportunity of signing up to receive details of the findings of the survey and the direction that adult learning in Scotland will take. 

Completing surveys helps inform the strategic development of important initiatives. By giving a small amount of your time, you will be contributing to the future direction of adult education in Scotland and having a positive impact on your community.


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