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Ways to Wellbeing Case Study #1

How the IAG offer enhanced the learning on course for one of our learners

Our First blog - An IAG Case Study

This is our first blog and it has been really interesting to read what others have put on here. It’s great to see all of the success stories which have motivated and inspired our own delivery. We have found the IAG has proven to be successful in finding the right courses for the right person, however last week I came up against my first negative experience; not just from my point of view.

Refugee wellbeing and mental health 12.30 on 1 July 2016

Will you be joining colleagues who have already booked to attend 'Refugee wellbeing and mental health' online session Friday 1 July 2016, from 12.30-1.30pm?

Book now for free at: https://refugee_mental_health.eventbrite.co.uk

Schwellenangst - or when IAG goes wrong

A post that looks at how unmanaged anxiety can wreck learning before it starts - and reflects that a successful learning journey starts with the IAGi session.

CLMH research Guidance box set

Prescribing Learning: A guide to good practice in learning and health

This book shows what can happen when you put adult education and learning together. It makes an important early contribution to the case for the positive benefits of real partnership working and joined up local thinking to increase participation in adult learning as a catalyst for health improvement in its widest sense.  

Winning Hearts and Minds

Winning Hearts and Minds is intended to provide you with all the information you need to win over the hearts and minds of managers, practitioners, learners and funders to the idea of 'Prescriptions for Learning.

WEA in Nottingham - Action Learning for Living

Welcome to the Adult Education Mental Health Research project page for Action Learning for Living (ALL) 

Wellbeing Project - RACC Community Learning Mental Health research project

Welcome to Richmond Adult Community College webpage as part of the BIS Community Learning Mental Health research project (2016/17). Comments and questions actively welcomed. Log in below to post a comment or to send a direct message to Dean Allen (The Project Lead) 


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