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Workers' Educational Association (WEA)
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We are a democratic, voluntary adult education movement, committed to widening participation and to enabling people to realise their full potential through learning
We are a democratic, voluntary adult education movement, committed to widening participation and to enabling people to realise their full potential through learning

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"The UK Health Forum (UKHF) is a charitable alliance of professional and public interest organisations working to reduce the risk of avoidable non-communicable diseases (NCDs) by developing evidence-based public health policy and supporting its implementation through advocacy and information provision."

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"The Foundation Online Learning environment is for you if you are working in the UK education and training sector. Here you will find online learning programmes to support you in improving organisational performance and learning delivery. These programmes will also contribute to your continuing professional development."

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Are you registered to vote? New campaign launched yesterday with a special Tweet Hour http://www.wea.org.uk/news/Have-you-registered-to-vote.aspx

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Researchers/consultants: we are seeking proposals for the evaluation of the WEA CHEST project, deadline 8th May: http://ow.ly/vTB10 

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+Ann Walker calls on adult educators to sell the benefits of adults returning to classes this September more vigorously. What marketing techniques have worked for members here?

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+Ann Walker writes: The WEA and other adult education organisations have countless amazing stories about how adult and community learning has changed students’ lives. Sometimes it’s had a knock-on effect on their families and even on their communities. We need to convince more people about the possibilities and the point of adult education to encourage them into their first class. (#firstclass Twitter hashtag anyone?)

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