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Nominations for Adult Learners’ Week Awards

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Nominations for Adult Learners’ Week Awards are now open

‘Do you know an adult learner whose achievements could inspire others?

Does your organisation, company, community group or learning centre offer a creative programme of learning that reaches out to adults? Are your programmes making a difference to learners in the workplace, at home or in the community?

Do you know a group or family who are working together towards a common goal or purpose?

If so, why not nominate them for an Adult Learners’ Week Award? It’s a great way of celebrating the achievements of learners and, in doing so, encouraging others to get involved as well. Our winners come from a variety of backgrounds, but all have remarkable learning stories which inspire others to have a go.’

For full details, visit the ALW website.

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