Inspire! Adult Learning Awards 2023

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Nominations are open for the annual Inspire! Adult Learning Awards 2023 coordinated by Learning and Work Institute, in partnership with the Welsh Government and other partners.

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The awards highlight the impact of adult learning and lifelong learning and is a chance to demonstrate the value of investing in life-changing opportunities for all.

Learning and Work Institute welcome entries for people, community projects and organisations across Wales who demonstrate outstanding passion and a commitment and drive to improve themselves, their community or workplace through learning.

Do you know an inspirational learner? You may be driving change in the workplace and developing training opportunities for progression. Are you making an impact within your local communities and widening access to learning, skills, and volunteering? Are you working on environmental projects or an innovator developing learning pathways for green skills? Share your inspirational stories with Learning and Work Institute for this year’s awards.

There are ten categories that reflect a broad range of learning and skills.

  • Skills for Work
  • Young Adult Learner
  • Life Change & Progression
  • Ageing Well
  • Starting Out – Welsh Beginner
  • Different Past: Shared Futures
  • Essential Skills for Life
  • Wales for Future Generations
  • Hywel Francis Award for Community Impact
  • Workplace Change Makers

If you need some inspiration with your nomination watch last year’s award winner stories, each story demonstrates the visible benefits of lifelong learning.

The awards will be celebrated as part of Adult Learners’ Week in partnership with Welsh Government and other partners.

Information and links to the guidance and nomination form can be found on Learning and Work Institute website.

Closing date for receipt of nominations – Friday 31st March 2023.

If you would like to speak to someone about the awards, email Learning and Work Institute directly:

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