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28 October 2011
SCOLA’s Principal attended the WEA Conference 2011 in Nottingham on 28/10/11 at the East Midlands Conference Centre, University of Nottingham. The conference and workshops focussed on Equality, Inclusion and Action in Adult Education.
At the heart of the WEA’s mission has always been a commitment to widening participation in adult learning: enabling people to realise their full potential and campaigning for every adult to have the right to do so.
After a keynote address which was delivered by John Hayes, Minister for Further Education, Skills and Lifelong Learning, delegates were able to attend four sessions through the day from a choice of twenty. Formats ranged from addresses by speakers in the main theatre to participative workshops. Attending were published authors, bloggers and leaders within the adult learning sector and beyond, as well as examples of outstanding practice from within the WEA.
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