About Adult Community Learning Courses
Our community courses are free, however, to be eligible to join you must be:
- living in Glasgow
- claiming benefit, on a low income, not working
- over the age of 16.
Priority for places is given to students living in the North West and South of Glasgow.
As part of the Young Person’s Guarantee priority will be given to young people aged between (16-24) who also meet the additional criteria.
Notebooks can be provided to support your learning.
Courses run throughout the year and are based on community demand. Our courses are funded via Glasgow City Council Community Planning Partnership (Glasgow Communities Fund) and the Child Poverty Fund.
Glasgow Community Learning & Development 2018-2021 Annual Report is now available to view here. This report provides an update on the progress of the Glasgow’s Community Learning and Development (CLD) Plan 2018-2021
Glasgow's Learning Promise to Learners
Come along to meet and learn with other learners!
Learning can be fun and challenging and aims to boost your confidence
As a learner in Glasgow you should get:
- Information on learning opportunities
- Help to identify your strengths and to set and achieve your goals
- A learning plan to record your goals, learning and progress
- If you want to move on to other opportunities, we will offer you support, guidance and learning that helps.
Staff and volunteers will…
- Be patient and friendly
- Be helpful and prepared
- Listen to you and involve you in planning and reviewing your learning
- Ensure a safe and welcoming space for you to learn in.
Where possible, we will offer programmes at times and in locations that suit your needs.
Partners and Community Groups - Adult Community Learning
We can deliver courses specifically for your community group or organisation. To discuss creating a course for your group, please contact Victoria McHard on 0141 357 6115 or email firstname.lastname@example.org