Have your say about adult learning opportunities in Warwickshire
July 2, 2013 14 Comments
Warwickshire County Council is remodelling the county’s adult and community learning provision, which is funded by a Skills Funding Agency grant, to better meet the learning needs of the county’s residents by providing more qualification based training, key skills, and family learning.
It is the council’s aim to target funding to subsidise the courses that people need, for example, to increase the number of courses that result in a recognised qualification.
As part of this service development to incorporate wider learning opportunities, anyone with an interest in the service is being asked to contribute to these plans.
Over the next few weeks the county council will be gathering views about service access, delivery and course options by inviting people to complete a short questionnaire to find out more about learners’ requirements.
To take part in the informal consultation follow this link to share any ideas you may have before Tuesday 1st October. Alternatively please leave your comments below.
It is anticipated that this transfer will be fully completed by the end of July 2014 in time for September when the majority of adult and community courses typically commence.
Any changes to the service taking place before this date will not affect learners already enrolled on courses who will be able to complete their current training programmes.
**Stop Press** A press release has been added with further information about the collaboration of the ACL service with Coventry City Council: Press Release – 24th July 2013