• CLD practice

    Outcome 2 Improve the identification and dissemination of strong CLD practice.

    Event: Effective practice seminar focusing on community development and empowerment 
    • Organisers: Education Scotland  / Tayside and Fife Professional Learning Alliance
    • Open to: CLD practitioners interested in community development.  This event will showcase some examples of effective practice in community development identified through inspection and current tools and work linked to this area of CLD.
    • Programme: 10-1030- Coffee, 10.30am Introduction, 10.45am Dundee City Council - excellence in working with communities, 11.30am Govan Housing Association on their effective work with their community, 12.15 Q&A, 12.30pm Table discussions; Participatory Budgeting in Peterhead,  SE&CC Community Activist Pack, Scottish Government - Democracy Matters (please look at Democracy Matters webpages in advance www.gov.scot/democracymatters  ).  Finishing with lunch and networking
    • Date and time: 1st November 2018 10am-2pm
    • Venue: Montrose Town Hall, Angus
    • To book:  Open to CLD practitioners across Scotland. Limited places. To book email Gillian.Gallacher@educationscotland.gsi.gov.uk  including your name, the organisation you work or volunteer at and your contact details.  Places will be confirmed before the event as there is a limited number of spaces.


    Event: Reflection – Delving into the experiences of the skilled, resilient, resourceful leader in community learning and development with Professor Karen McArdle

    • Organisers: The North Alliance
    • Open to: Attendance is free to participants from the North Alliance area and £25 per day for all others
    • Date and time: This is a two day residential event on Saturday 29th and Sunday 30th September 2018
    • Venue: Sir Arthur Grants Centre, Monymusk, Aberdeenshire 
    • To book: Contact Sue Briggs at sue.briggs@aberdeenshire.gov.uk tel 041467539492 or mobile 07881838560

    Event: Growing Enterprising Communities - Bringing together people active in community learning and development to look at enterprising approaches.

    Resource: National Strategy Forum for Adult Learning in Scotland: Learner Voice resource (2018)

    Feedback on the survey of adult learning practice on learner Voice, with examples of interesting practice from across Scotland.

    • Created by: National Strategic Forum for Adult Learning with Education Scotland
    • Useful for: Anyone working in or interested in adult learning practice across Scotland
    • Download resource: Learner Voice Resource 2018


    Event: Good practice seminar
    • Organisers: Education Scotland  and relevant partners
    • Open to: CLD practitioners
    • Date and time: TBC Spring 2019
    • Venue: To be confirmed early 2019
    • To book: To be announced

    Event: Scottish Learning Festival 2018

    Event: Policy Seminar – September 2018 (Digital Youth Work and Cyber Resilience)