Partnership working continues to be an important aspect of our work and the element which enhances our reach and impact.  Whatever programme area you look at, whether it is learning at work, community learning, our open programmes, the work is contributing to wider developments in communities and is supporting major aspirations for equality and fairness, health improvements, social and economic inclusion and more opportunities for young people.

Through positive engagement with partners, and by playing our part in local and national planning for our field of service, we maximise our reach both in terms of geography and engaging new adult learners.  Pooling resources, sharing our expertise with community, voluntary and statutory services, both local and national, is the key to making a real difference through learning.

Examples of our recent partners are below:

Education Scotland. STUC, Community Planning Partnerships in several areas, Literacies Partnerships, Learning Link Scotland, University of Edinburgh, University of Aberdeen, Robert Gordon University, University of West of Scotland, Napier University, SQA, SCQF, Local Authorities across Scotland including CLD and Social Work and Environmental and Workforce development etc., Job Centre Plus, Glasgow RSBI/ City Building, CWU, Scottish Drugs Forum, NHS GGC, USDAW, GCVS, Glasgow Life,  Maryhill Housing Association, AL Khair, Chrysalis (British Red Cross), AMINA, Glasgow ESOL Access Partnership (GEAP).Glasgow Science Centre, South Glasgow Area Learning Partnership, Ardenglen Housing Association and many other housing associations, Newbattle College, Glasgow Clyde College Glasgow, Ayrshire College, City of Glasgow College and many other colleges, Clyde Education Foundation, Glasgow Disability Alliance, Buchanan Business quarter/DRAM communication, Lloyds Banking Group, Enable Scotland, Learn Direct, Skills Development Scotland, Beith Trust , East Ayrshire Woodlands, NHS Scotland, Scottish Social Services Council, Health Promotion, First For Skills, numerous Care Homes, Graft project, VASA (Voluntary Action South Ayrshire), Grampian Prison, Aberdeen Cyrenians, Criminal Justice across Scotland, Alcohol and Drugs Partnerships across Scotland, Parents as Early Education Partners Aberdeen (PEEP), Momentum, Penumbra, YMCA, Leverndale and Royal Cornhill hospitals, Phoenix House, SAMH, VSA (Voluntary Service Aberdeen) and many other CVS across Scotland, John Muir Trust, National Trust for Scotland, Edinburgh Peace and Justice Centre, Sahelia Edinburgh, Community Food Initiatives, LEAD Scotland, ESOL partnerships across Scotland, Inspire, SCVO, Turning Point Scotland, UNISON, Unite, Highlife Highland, (ARCH) Archaeology for Communities in the Highlands