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Adult Learners' Week 2013- How WEA in West Midlands is celebrating

Adult Learners' Week is almost upon us (18th- 24th of May 2013). To mark and celebrate the benefits of lifelong learning the WEA in the West Midlands will be taking part in the following activities:

'Believe in yourself'- Learners celebrate completing their course

WEA Learners from Worcestershire celebrated completing their 'Believe in yourself' wellbeing course last term. The course helps learners to build their self confidence and helps them find ways to begin taking charge and plan for their future.

Learners gain many health and wellbeing benefits from attending this course which they then go and apply into their daily lives. The course is continuing this term.


"I now have my active life back" - Shirley's views

Shirley is a learner with the first YMCA Learning for Health group that meets in Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent. She's become a really active volunteer and has produced this term's newWEA learner Shirley

Learning for Health poster. Watch the DVD that Shirley has produced 

Here's what she has to say:

In my view, the WEA classes give so much to the members.

Tune into WEA CLHL Health project on local radio on 16th April

Birmingham based WEA health project; Community Learning for Healthy Living has been invited for a radio interview with 107.5 Switch Radio on Tuesday 16th April from 2.30-3.00pm. Project Manager, Shaju Bibi and Project Organiser Anjim Ahmad have been allocated a 30 minute slot to talk about the WEA health project and how it has been making an impact on people's health and wellbeing across Birmingham.

Learners from Coventry practice Spoken English and learn about services to help them

WEA Learners in Coventry visit FoleshillWEA learners and teachers in Coventry attended a fun and informative two day event at Foleshill Library, on Broad Street in Coventry. The groups included a Job Centre Plus Spoken English group taught by tutor Sadaf Din, and an Entry 1, 2 and Entry 3 Spoken English group taught by Jo Ternent.

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