Our Adult Learners’ Week campaign (17 – 23 June 2019) offers delivery partners the chance to showcase learning and skills opportunities through bite-size taster sessions, short courses, open days promotional and local outreach activity. If you’re involved in providing learning and skills, whether it’s formal or informal, it’s the perfect opportunity to promote your work, or to bang the drum for adult learning by raising awareness – take a look at our online padlet for some inspiration.
Here’s how you can get started:
REGISTER YOUR EVENTS ON & UPDATE YOUR PROVIDER PROFILE PAGE
Visit our new Adult Learners’ Week website: www.adultlearnersweek.wales and navigate to the Providers section to register your events – if your organisation hasn’t been registered on the website (you can click here to check) simply email: [email protected]k and a log-in will be created for you.
If you need help with registering /editing your events or updating your provider page, download a copy of our step by step guidance and instructions document.
Please note: events must be uploaded bilingually – we will help you to promote your events through our wider networks; they will also be promoted via the Working Wales website.
ACCESS OUR COMMUNICATIONS PACK
Download our campaign resources below:
Adult Learners’ Week 2019 campaign logos
Adult Learners‘ Week A4 event poster template
Change your Story bilingual hashtags banners
Change your story questions for social media
Adult Learners’ Week email signature
Benefits of attending an Adult Learners’ Week event poster
Adult Learners’ Week A4 Flyer
Adult Learners’ Week supporter photo
Adult Learners’ Week cover photo for social media
RECEIVE A COMPLIMENTARY BOX OF PROMOTIONAL ITEMS
Once you have registered your events to our website, you will receive a complimentary box of promotional items to help showcase your events and give you that festival feeling – your box will contain bunting, pens, posters and more! We are also working alongside Quick Reads Wales this year – if you would like to order a selection of Quick Reads click contact: [email protected] – there is also a toolkit for Quick Reads which you can download here.
USE OUR EVALUATION AND FEEDBACK FORMS
Once our campaign has come to an end, we will carry out a full evaluation for Adult Learners’ Week to highlight its impact and to identify how we can further develop our campaigning work in Wales – please use the following forms below to help us:
Feedback and Consent form – our online forms are for the event participants – please encourage as many participants to fill out the forms – we will ask for contact details to follow up with them for our Adult Learners’ Week survey. If you require hardcopies of the form please click here.
Evaluation form – our online form is to be completed by the provider delivering events – please do complete our evaluation form to tell us more about your events, so that we can measure the success of them. If you require hardcopies of the form please click here.
Forms should be completed and returned to Learning and Work Institute by: Monday 15th July 2019
CONNECT WITH US ON SOCIAL MEDIA
Our campaign hashtag #changeyourstory is part of the recently launched Working Wales portal (replacing Skills Gateway) delivered by Careers Wales and funded by the Welsh Government which provides support, advice and guidance about careers and education and skills.We would love to see as many people getting involved with the campaign – so, share your events, learner stories, pictures, videos with us on social media and tag us in your posts – we are on the following platforms;
Twitter – tag us @LearnWorkCymru & use the hashtag #changeyourstory
Instagram – tag us @adultlearnersweekwales & use the hashtag #changeyourstory
Facebook – tag us @learningandworkinstitute
If you would like further information or assistance please contact us.