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Adult Learners' Week 2015- Share your learning story and inspire others

Do you have an amazing learning story to tell? Your story could inspire lots of other learners and what is more you could win an award! Nominations for Adult Learners' Week (ALW) Awards 2015 are now open. ALW forms part of the National Institute for Adult Continuing Education (NIACE)’s Festival of Learning, to celebrate the lives that have transformed for the better through the power of education.

WEA Shropshire tutor receives regional award

Sue Blair WEA Tutor wins award

The WEA (Workers’ Educational Association) in the West Midlands recently celebrated the successes of their students, volunteers and staff at an awards ceremony as part of the regional AGM, held in Birmingham.

Regional AGM and showcase event highlights active citizenship

This year's regional Annual General Meeting was held in Austin Court in central Birmingham. Over 40 people attended the packed day which included students, tutors, staff and volunteers. The day was a little different from usual and included inspirational talks from key note speakers, Jol Miskin (Regional Education Manager) from Yorkshire and Humber region and Clare Mullin from Parliamentary Outreach. The focus of these talks was around giving people the skills and motivation to be ative citizens and to become one with the core campaigning ethos of the WEA. 

Students win award at annual WEA Awards ceremony in Birmingham

The WEA Awards which recognise and celebrate adult teaching and learning across the WEA were hosted in the city of Birmingham this year. The awards ceremony took place at the Old Library in the Custard factory in the Digbeth area of Birmingham on the 12th of November, had an attendance of around 100 guests. These included students, tutors, staff and volunteers.

Heritage Lottery Fund Award to WEA to Mark First World War Centenary

stoke image of world war one Kirstine SmithThe WEA (UK's largest voluntary provider of adult education) in West Midlands has been awarded £8,300 for its “Exploring the Impact of World War 1” project.

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