The place of adult learning in widening access to Higher Education: exploring current policy and practice in Scotland

Event
IET Glasgow
Teacher Building
14 St Enoch Square
Glasgow
G1 4DB
United Kingdom
Thursday, 25 May, 2017 - 09:45 to 14:45

The Open University in Scotland is hosting an open extended seminar on the morning of 25 May 2017:

The place of adult learning in widening access to Higher Education: exploring current policy and practice in Scotland (IET Teacher Building, Glasgow)

The seminar welcomes the Commissioner on Fair Access, Professor Sir Peter Scott, who will be discussing, Fair access, lifelong learning and social justice, followed by practitioner-led workshops to allow delegates to the space to explore both the policy environment and widening access practice in contemporary Scotland in relation to adult and lifelong learning.

The seminar will conclude with a networking lunch.

The event is free but places are limited and on a first come, first served basis. We would be delighted if you would be able to join us. Registration is open until Friday 19 May. You can view the event programme and register for more information here.

Event queries can be directed to: widening-participation@open.ac.uk

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