The ECA will be taking part in the Learning Revolution Festival this October.

The 2009 ECA Seminar and AGM will take place on the Saturday 17th October at The Resource Centre, London.

Helping to celebrate the festival which takes place throughout October, the Seminar will showcase the ECA's projects from the past year, highlighting the real benefits that informal adult learning brings.

Speakers at the event include -

Mark Walton - Mark is the former Head of Every Action Counts and will be looking at the work carried out in the final year of the environmental sustainability initiative and its legacy.

Walt Crowson - Walt is the Learning, Skills & Employment Network Co-ordinator for LSEN in Manchester as well as being the North West ECA Representative. He will be talking about adult learning developments across Manchester.

Hazel Capper - Hazel is the Leadership & Governance Programme Manager at the Community Sector Coalition. She appeared at last years conference and AGM to discuss the programme and will be updating us on its progress.

Maureen Milgram Forrest - Maureen is the Founding Chair and Co Chair of LeistHERday Trust. The Trust along with Leicester City Council worked with the ECA to hold the hold the West Midlands 'Make a Difference' Campaign Roadshow event.

Trish Kreft - Trish is the ECA's researcher for the Flexi-Path project and will be updating delegates on the projects progress so far

Dr Mark Freeman - Mark is a Senior Lecturer in Economic & Social History at the University of Glasgow. He is currently researching the history of educational centres / settlements including the ECA's heritage.

Mark will be followed by Bernard Godding, Chair & CEO of the ECA to talk about plans for celebrations to mark the 90th year of the Association.

Each presentation will be followed by an opportunity for delegate feedback.

Attendance at the Seminar and AGM is free to members. There is a fee of £20 for attending the Seminar for non-members (click here for membership details).

If you would like to join us at this event please click here for more information and booking forms.

Date Added: September 18th 2009