UCU today warned the University of Sussex that it risked taking a 'hammer' to adult learning in the county, after it confirmed that it was pushing ahead with plans to close its Centre for Community Engagement (CCE).
Not strictly ESOL related but indicative of wider shrinkage in provision of adult learning
Where we’ve come from, where we are now and where we’re going. In this seminar we will consider ESOL practice and professionalism and how we can consolidate and strengthen our sector at a time of funding cuts, change and uncertainty.
GCC, Greenwich Community College, London Leisure College and G Plus: search for courses for adults and specialist courses (RT @GCCMarketing: Success for the #ActionforESOL campaign http://t.co/Bp099XO....
BBC Scotland programme originally broadcast on Wed, 19 May 2010, 22:45 on BBC One (Scotland only).
On Sunday 7 March 2010 three failed asylum seekers jumped to their deaths from the fifteenth floor of Glasgow's notorious Red Road flats. It was an event that would make news around the world. While suicides of this type might be rare, thousands of asylum seekers are deemed to be 'bogus' every year. The programme uncovers the reality of the lives of the asylum seekers in Scotland who have been judged to be bogus, and how they are fighting back to try and stay in the country.
Credits Narrator Mark Daley Production Manager Justine Leahy Director Toby Sculthorp Producer Toby Sculthorp Executive Producer Marcus Ryder Executive Producer Craig Hunter Assistant Producer Paola Rezzilli
GCC, Greenwich Community College, London Leisure College and G Plus: search for courses for adults and specialist courses (RT @GCCMarketing: GCC receives national recognition for our Action for ESOL campaign....)...
The change is a testament to the hard work of those who have been campaigning, carrying out local impact research, and lobbying in various ways, in particular the coalition around Action for ESOL. We now have time to ...
The rules on eligibility to free provision for ESOL for those students on inactive benefits have now been changed. The Action for ESOL Campaign is now monitoring the impacts of these changes at Colleges and language services and is asking for feedback on the effect of cuts in your area.
News about seminar on DEFENDING OUR PRACTICE AND PROFESSION: Where we’ve come from, where we are now and where we’re going. Saturday September 10th 2011 10.30am -1pm at Action Aid, 33-39 Bowling Green Lane, London EC1R OBJ http://g.co/maps/d8ub
Government U-turns on provision of free coursesTimes Educational SupplementThe University and College Union (UCU) said the change showed that the Government recognised the benefit rules for fully funded places were a problem, but without additional...
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