Adult Learning success recognised
Over 80 adult learners were recognised at an event at Dalkeith Miners Club last month.
The Lifelong Learning & Employability (LLE) Celebration of Adult Learning event, 21 June, marked the achievements and successes of those who have taken part in a wide variety of Midlothian Council’s learning programmes.
The event offered learners, joined by friends and family, the opportunity to socialise with other learners and their families, look at displays of learners work, visit partnership agencies information stalls and watch a short film featuring learners from LLE groups talking about their experiences.
There were also speeches from the Provost Adam Montgomery, Dr Grace Vickers, Head of Education at Midlothian Council & Annette Lang, Education Manager for Lifelong Learning & Employability at Midlothian Council.
Certificates were handed out to learners, by the Provost, for taking part in programmes including: Numeracy, Employability, Literacy, ESOL, Health & Well Being and Digital Skills.
The provost said:
“It was great to see such a wide variety of adult learners together to celebrate their achievements in adult learning.”
Dr Grace Vickers Head of Education for Midlothian Council added:
“Thank you for inviting me to such an outstanding event, it was great to celebrate so many wonderful achievements which have led to life changing impacts. Well done to all of the award winners, their families for their support and to the staff for their continued hard work”
For more information about Midlothian Council’s learning programmes, visit our Adult Learning and Community Classes page.