Posts Tagged ‘lifelong learning’

Festival of Learning is needed now as much as ever

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Adult Learners’ Week is built upon two simple propositions – first, that celebrating adult learners in all their diversity will encourage others to join in. And second, politicians and decision makers will better recognise that adult learning has a positive contribution to make across the range of social policy through the stories of outstanding adult…

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Adult learning helped me change the lives of others

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My name is Amy King and I won Young Adult Learner of the Year in 2014. I was nominated by my college London and South-East Colleges (LSEC), formerly known as Bromley College. I studied with them for my A-levels in Biology, Chemistry and Physics in 2011-2013. My life has completely changed since winning Young Adult…

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From addiction to academia; why we need further education

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Why we need further education By Safeera Sarjoo at Hotcourses As far as interviews go, it’s not every day you come across compelling stories that leave you in a reflective state. You can tell when you’re faced with raw honesty and Lee Hughes was an open book, allowing me to delve into his journey and…

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