One of the case studies from the LSIS Progression pathways for learners experiencing mental health difficulties project.Swarthmore Adult Education Centre in Leeds, a voluntary and community organisation, offered taster sessions to learners to find out what needed to be in place to help them progress towards more and different types of programmes.
A summary of findings from projects delivered by 8 learning and skills providers early in 2011. Emerging common themes about how to deliver effective services for people who experience mental health problems are identified together with recommendations for future research. A brief summary of each project and its findings is available in the annex to the report.
PLEASE NOTE - the full case studies will be published shortly and available from the library.
This is one of 9 supplementary reports about projects funded in 2009/10 as part of the Labour government's £20 million ‘Transformation Fund’ (TF) to support innovative informal adult and community learning projects across England. Each report captures outcomes for different learners, in different settings, enagaged in all sorts of learning opportunities. More than a million people participated in a wide variety of learning activities.