Revive students are creating a greener Scotland
Glasgow Clyde College Community Learning and Development team are delighted that learners from the Revive group based in Castlemilk have completed the first Creating Our Greener Scotland (COGS) accredited course.
The pilot course was delivered by staff from the Workers Educational Association (WEA) but was funded by Glasgow Clyde College Lifeskills Programme as part of our literacy work in the community.
The course focusses on weather, climate change and energy and how it impacts on everyday life. Feedback from these students will be used to further develop the course.
Meteorologist Heather Reid, who developed the COGS resource and course in partnership with WEA, was delighted to present the certificates to the learners.