The Richmond Community Learning Partnership is passionate about providing high quality adult learning opportunities that are inspiring, and will enable individuals to progress and achieve positive outcomes.
This term's featured activities:
Community Learning also provides funding for the Richmond Adult Community College to provided free places for Community Learning priority groups.
RB Mind offers Peer Volunteer Training and ongoing support to enable you to become a group facilitator. All Peer Volunteers must have lived experience of mental health problems.
They are seeking people who:
Training will take place in July 2017 at RB Mind Wellbeing Centre, Richmond Healthcare Hamlet, TW9 2TE.
|Wednesday 5 July||10am to 4pm|
|Friday 7 July||10am to 4pm|
|Wednesday 12 July||10am to 4pm|
|Friday 14 July||10am to 4pm|
|Wednesday 26 July||3 to 6pm|
Please email Aaron Guiver at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 07827 491325 to apply. The closing date for applications is Friday 23 June. Interviews will take place during the week beginning Monday 26 June.
Kingston & Richmond SEND Family Voices are a volunteer parent-led charity. They work independently from, but in partnership with the providers of children's services.
Community Learning courses are available to everyone, so why not see what is on offer or let us know what courses you would like to see being provided locally.
Courses include singing, ICT, first aid, dance, cooking, family learning, employability skills and wildlife discovery.
This charter was produced after consultation with learners and their providers:
Learners can expect to:
We expect our learners to:
As this course is funded by central government, the Richmond Community Learning Partnership must ensure all learners are safeguarded by making them more aware of the risks of radicalisation and extremism, compliance with the prevent duty and the promotion of fundamental British values.
The fundamental British values include:
Democracy is a system of government in which all the people of a state are involved in making decisions about its affairs, typically by voting to elect representatives to a parliament or similar assembly.
The proper regard for an individual’s dignity, which is reciprocated.
All people and institutions are subject to and accountable to law that is fairly applied and enforced.
Of those with different backgrounds, faiths and beliefs (or those of no faith)
A fair, objective, and permissive attitude to those whose faith and beliefs may differ from one’s own.
Individual liberty suggests the free exercise of rights generally seen as outside Government control.
If you have any concerns regarding the prevent duty, please speak to your tutor or contact Community Learning or the Single Point of Access (SPA) team.
To contact Community Learning please email email@example.com or phone 020 8734 3381.
To contact Single Point of Access (SPA) for Richmond and Kingston please phone 020 8547 5008.
We have received a range of comments from a handful of Community Learning opportunities which were delivered.
316 adults completed the online survey.
The Community Learning fund commissions services that benefit residents in the borough of Richmond.
Visit our Information for providers page for guidance on how to apply for funding to deliver Community Learning activities.
If you would like to find out what’s happening in your area at the moment, please phone 0208 734 3381 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Information is also available from Advice Richmond.