A substantial archive of Wales’ ‘Second Chance College’ was donated to the National Library of Wales by Addysg Oedolion Cymru | Adult Learning Wales. . .
Kathryn Robson: One hundred years after Lloyd George’s Ministry of Reconstruction’s adult education committee reported on Adult Education, the Centenary Commission on Adult Education’s newly-published report A Permanent National Necessity highlights how adult education is an integral aspect of citizenship and vital to addressing the huge societal divisions that exist across the UK.
Welsh Government Minister for Education, Kirsty Williams AM, has celebrated the fact Addysg Oedolion Cymru | Adult Learning Wales is playing a key role in developing youth workers across Wales and empowering individuals to put their new professional learning back into their own communities, which are some of the most deprived in Wales.
It’s that time of year again, where Addysg Oedolion Cymru | Adult Learning Wales celebrates Adult Learners Week by holding a range of learning events, taster courses, workshops and promotions throughout Wales. All adults are invited to ‘have a go!’
“The tutor delivered the session at a very high standard, she engaged well with us. It was fun and informative.”
“For me this course was the best! I think this course is helping me to improve my English language, and my relationships with my colleagues at work, because now I can understand and talk with them.”
“A small class was good because we had the attention we needed to learn and progress to the next stage.”