Glasgow Clyde College offers a range of courses in local venues including community centres, schools and libraries across the north-west and south of Glasgow so you can learn in a venue close to you.
Our community courses are free and to be eligible to join you must:
Courses run throughout the year and are based on community demand.
Our courses are funded via Glasgow City Council Community Planning Partnership.
For more information about community learning at Glasgow Clyde College, please contact Victoria McHard on 0141 357 6115 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The College can deliver courses specifically for your community group or organisation. If you would like to get involved and you have learners who would be interested in attending a classes, we can develop a course around your group. We can run courses in Beauty, Holistic Therapy, First Aid and more, just let us know what you need.
Contact Victoria on 0141 357 6115 or email@example.com and she will put you in touch with the Community Learning Officer for your area.
Glasgow Clyde College encourages partnership working across the south of Glasgow through its commitment and support to the South Adult Learning Partnership.
The Community Empowerment (Scotland) Act 2015 allows community groups to submit participation requests to Glasgow Clyde College that they believe will improve outcomes for local people. Outcomes are the changes, beneﬁts, learning or other effects that result from the services provided by the College.
To discuss how we can make our services better, prior to making a participation request, you can contact the Community Learning and Development Team on 0141 357 6115 or firstname.lastname@example.org