Our open programme in Highland is normally advertised to the general public and organised either by a member of our staff or through our local associations. These courses are subsidised by our local authority partners Highlife Highland through a Service Level Agreement. Our open programmes and courses sometimes have a small fee to attend which is paid for by the individual learners.
Our open programmes and courses usually have a small fee to attend which is paid for by the individual learners. They are generally advertised to the general public and could be organised either by a member of our staff or through our student groups, branches and local associations. To keep the costs low for individuals, some are subsidised by our local authority partners through Service Level Agreements.
The Personal Assistants Network Scotland is a Scottish Government funded project to provide an independent support network to Personal Assistants employed directly by the person they support via Self Directed Support
The Personal Assistants Network Scotland is the only national independent support network for Personal Assistants working under Option 1 of a Self Directed Support Social Care Package.
Practical CPD workshops for CLD organisers and practitioners who would like to explore the possibility of offering numeracy and science based courses or events to adults in their communities
In Scotland, improving STEM literacy, numeracy and employability is a key priority for the Scottish Government. The WEA Scotland has over ten years of experience of developing innovative science and numeracy based resources in partnership with Education Scotland and leading colleges and experts.
In line with Scottish Government 2020 targets to:
Our project brings children’s and adult educators together to create awareness raising and training materials on how best to engage those hard to reach adults in the education of their children. We do this by providing adult and family learning opportunities within areas identified as having multiple deprivation. These courses aim to improve engagement between parents and the schools that their children attend.
The main aims of the Home School Link Project:
To design, develop and deliver a tutor resource for adult learners to introduce different aspects of science and linking science to further learning options and career opportunities
Funded by Glasgow Clyde Education Foundation and developed in partnership between WEA and Glasgow Clyde College, Science for a Successful Scotland (3S) is a learning and teaching resource for tutors to use with learners. It aims raise the level of STEM literacy, numeracy and employability skills in our communities in line with The Scottish Governments’ STEM education and training strategy.
The Agewise Project aims to encourage people to envision and realise a purposeful, meaningful and socially engaged life as they age and move toward retirement. Agewise offers a positive frame for aging that honours people’s life experience, and challenges the stigma of growing older. Many providers offer support to prepare financially for retirement, but Agewise looks at how people can prepar
To design, develop and deliver a tutor resource for adult learners with resources and activities to develop numeracy skills and an understanding of environmental issues and their impact on everyday lives.
The award-winning, Counting on a Greener Scotland tutor resource pack is the result of partnership working, innovative tutoring practices and student feedback from over ten years of the WEA’s involvement in Numeracy and Environmental studies. It was written in 2012 and updated in 2016 and has become increasingly important and highly relevant.