Who’s where? Making sense of the learning & skills landscape

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The sixth annual Informed Scotland Organisations & People Special has been published.

It’s a snapshot of a busy and ever-changing learning & skills landscape, helping our subscribers to quickly locate the key organisations and make sense of where they fit into the bigger picture.

This year there are links to over 360 organisations, up from 330 in 2017 and more than twice as many as in the first edition in 2013.

Informed Scotland subscribers find it a useful directory of the main bodies and institutions operating across business, education, community & adult learning, government and wider society, including:

  • Sector-specific skills bodies
  • Local authority education departments
  • Colleges & universities
  • Teacher education institutions
  • Developing the Young Workforce regional groups
  • Knowledge exchange & innovation centres

There have been many changes since last year’s edition, including new organisations, mergers and closures, promotions, moves and retirements. We’ve added a new section of the six regional improvement collaboratives – regional alliances of the 32 local authority education departments – and a new section covering research & development organisations in community & adult learning.

All new subscribers receive a copy – join the growing list and stay well informed.

This is the tip of the information iceberg: become an Informed Scotland subscriber so you can keep on top of all the developments. Email info@ajenterprises.co.uk to request a sample copy.

You can also keep up to date via Twitter @InformedScot and Instagram informedscot

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