New Consultation on the Future of Informal Adult Community Learning
NIACE online survey aimed at individuals
As part of the governmentâ€™s review of informal adult learning NIACE are carrying out an online consultation to give individuals a chance to have their say about the future of informal adult community learning (IACL). Responses made to the consultation will help to influence how public money for IACL is spent in local areas and the learning opportunities that are made available.
The consultation asks for individualâ€™s views on:
- the kinds of learning that you would like to do
- how learning should be planned and reviewed
- how you can find out what learning is happening in your area
- payment and fees
- how you can get involved (e.g as a champion or session leader)
- how you can have your say
There are support materials available for those who are in roles such as learning champions, community activists, library and information staff and adult learning tutors and want to assist others in taking part.
The deadline for responses is 31st October 2011.
To see the consultation questions, support materials and other information visit http://www.niace.org.uk/current-work/the-iacl-review. The online consultation can be found at http://www.cvent.com/Surveys/Welcome.aspx?s=7b35628c-d1b8-42da-b211-8e91857847f6
Date Added: August 2nd 2011