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Progression from informal learning in the community to formal education.

This report developed out of a project to explore progression pathways from informal learning in the community, to more formal education being undertaken by the Friends Centre, for the Targets for Adult Learning Working Group (TALWG) of the Brighton and Hove Learning Partnership, during autumn 2001. The aim of that project was to research the range of progression routes that learners may want, finding out if they are aware of what is currently available, asking what they would like to see provided and in what form.

Progression report 2002-final copy

Learning and Training for Neighbourhood Renewal

This research, published in February 2002, developed out of a project to explore progression pathways from informal learning in the community to more formal education. It extended that work by mapping existing provision relating to skills and knowledge for the development of communities, and analysed needs and desires for training related to Neighbourhood Renewal.

Given the current shift towards delivery of services through the community and voluntary sector, this research has renewed relevance.

The 1st file is the substantive document with executive summary; file 2 is the action plan; file 3 is an annotated bibliography.

FinalReport-Learning & Training for NR-Feb2002 copy

FinalReport-Learning & Training for NR-Feb2002.2 copy

FinalReport-Learning & Training for NR-Feb2002.3 copy