As we move more toward online learning due to the COVID-19 situation we have gathered advice for ensure the sessions go as smoothly as possible.
We've put together some tips to improve your next online meeting.
Thanks to EIS for this excellent blog about the Everyday Skills Event.
In view of the ongoing situation in relation to Coronavirus, it seems appropriate that all remaining courses in the 2019/2020 Learning Fund programme organised through Scottish Union Learning (SUL) should be cancelled/rearranged, or in the case of accredited courses postponed, with a view to completion later in the year.
Everyday Skills: Building Effective Pathways to Learning
Scottish trade unions gathered at the Scottish Youth Theatre in Glasgow on Thursday, 27 February for the 12th Annual Scottish Union Learning Everyday Skills Event. Around ninety delegates from trade unions and workplaces across Scotland came together to explore the theme: ‘Everyday Skills: Building Effective Pathways to Learning’. The Event was addressed by Duncan Cumming, Chief Executive, Dyslexia Scotwest and Frances Bradley Learning Services Co-ordinator, Glasgow Life.