Colleges Scotland published its Think Piece on the Learning and Skills Journey, at the end of last year. In it, we set out our vision for a new coherent and equitable learning framework for those aged 16 and over. This involves a more co-ordinated approach across schools, colleges, universities and employers, and one that puts learners at the heart of the process.
With this in mind, Colleges Scotland hosted a seminar on Thursday 26 January 2017 at City of Glasgow College. A record of the discussions are below which were recorded by graphic facilitator Catherine McKay, Listen Think Draw.
- pdf Learning and Skills Journey Seminar drawing (1021 KB)
- pdf Learning and Skills Journey Seminar - Round Table Discussions (1-4) drawing (895 KB)
- pdf Learning and Skills Journey Seminar - Round Table Discussions (5-8) drawing (902 KB)
Congratulations to City of Glasgow student, Isla McLarty, and New College Lanarkshire student, Betsy Crosbie, on being awarded Medallions of Excellence at EuroSkills 2016 in Gothenburg.