The WEA is a voluntary organisation which is committed to providing adult education through an inclusive, local and engaging way. Come and see what the WEA is all about...we may just have a course around the corner from you!
Women Taking Action- WEA Celebrates International Day 2014. On the 7th of March, WEA in the west Midlands marked and celebrated International Women’s Day at the Mitchel Arts Centre in Stoke on Trent.
A short video documentary about the journey and impact of the WEA's Community Learning for Healthy Living Project (CLHL)
Following the success of community-based health education projects in Dudley and Stoke-On-Trent, the WEA secured additional Big Lottery funding for a project addressing health inequalities in deprived, inner city areas of Birmingham.
"My name is Jane Smith; I am 39 years old and married with 3 children. I am a full time carer at home for my middle child who has a severe learning disability and epilepsy. I‘d always been interested in art and originally joined the WEA at an art circle. It was nice to meet new people and share tips.
Ofsted, the official regulator of standards in schools and colleges in England, has rated the Workers’ Educational Association (WEA) “Good” in all areas of inspection.
The WEA is the UK’s largest provider of adult community learning, delivering “stimulating and interesting sessions” to a “broad cultural mix” of over 74,000 students.