Webinars – How good is our community learning and development? (4th edition) (HGIOCLD4)

A new draft framework for the community learning and development (CLD) sector, How good is our community learning and development?’ (4th edition) (HGIOCLD) has been developed in consultation with the CLD sector. A Gaelic version of the framework is also available. This iteration of HGIOCLD reflects changes in CLD and the wider education sector landscape. It recognises the wide range of practitioners and organisations adopting CLD methodologies. The draft framework sets out the standards HM Inspectors will use to evaluate and report on quality and improvement in CLD. It will also support the sector to engage in self-evaluation for continuous improvement.

HM Inspectors are offering a number of webinars between November and December 2021. These webinars are aimed at those using CLD methodologies, including CLD practitioners, the third sector, public services and those with strategic responsibility for CLD. These webinars will be organised around specific regions in Scotland (Regional Improvement Collaborative (RIC) areas) as detailed below. In addition, there will be two sessions targeted at national organisations. It is suggested that you should register for the area that you are attached to but if the dates do not suit you, you can register for any of the other sessions. Each webinar will last no longer than 1 hour and 15 minutes, which will include an opportunity for questions and feedback. Please register using this link – https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/192212692337


Date Time Regional Improvement Collaborative (RIC)
Mon 1st Nov 10-11.15am South West
Mon 8th Nov 10-11.15am National Organisations
Fri 12th Nov 10-11.15am Tayside
Mon 15th Nov 10-11.15am North
Mon 15th Nov 4-5.15pm South East
Fri 19th Nov 2-3.15pm Forth Valley/West Lothian
Mon 22nd Nov 10-11.15am West
Mon 29th Nov 11.30-12.45 West
Fri 3rd Dec 2-3.15pm North
Mon 13th Dec 10-11.15am National Orgs


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