We’re delighted to announce the return of ‘Learning for a Sustainable Future’; our highly successful FREE online learning opportunity, which has, to date, attracted over 17,000 learners from nearly 160 countries. Starts 11 March.
Learning for Sustainability Scotland praised as ‘key champion’ by Cabinet Secretary for Education and Skills
Jenny Gilruth MSP, the Cabinet Secretary for Education and Skills, has hailed the contribution of Learning for Sustainability Scotland in its pan-sectoral approach to advancing the skills, knowledge, and values needed for a more sustainable and equitable world. ‘Learning for Sustainability’ as this kind of learning is known in Scotland, is now more prominent than ever across Scottish education.
On 05 September, YouthLink Scotland and Learning for Sustainability Scotland held a ’round table’ event for key individuals in youth sector network organisations in Scotland to discuss and examine Scotland’s refreshed national Learning for Sustainability Action Plan.
What are the key competencies that students and educators need to engage constructively and responsibly with today’s world, and how can they be assessed?
On Thursday 25th May, we were delighted to welcome partners from University of St Andrews, PRISMA and SAGES – as well as delegates from across a wide range of organisations – to an in-person, bi-lingual intercultural exchange workshop and networking lunch with educators from Peru and Scotland.
On 21st February, YouthLink Scotland and Learning for Sustainability Scotland were delighted to welcome participants to ‘Sustainability, Employability and Youthwork: developing skills for a sustainable and just future’ – our first webinar for 2023.
Click here to book your place Many public sector bodies, including local authorities, have a mandate to support sustainability action and to facilitate community engagement in their regions. At the… [read more]