Our national lifelong learning project offers a rich, diverse programme of activities, events, courses and online resources for women of all ages and backgrounds across Scotland. This could be an introductory talk on the women’s library or women’s history quiz tailored to your local group, a training session on how to develop your own women’s history walk or a small “satellite collection” of books installed at a community venue in your local area. We also offer lots of accessible arts and craft activities linking into women’s history and women exploring their own personal histories. To find out more about what is happening near your area go to our calendar of events, or take a look at our latest programme.
We have worked with women’s groups and partner organisations all over Scotland, including Inverness, Skye, Argyle and Bute, Dundee, Dumfries and Galloway, Dumbarton, Clydebank, Renfrewshire and Falkirk. To read about some of the work we have done in the past, click on the map below or go to the national lifelong learning blog.
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Learning training and volunteering opportunities for women and women’s groups in Scotland
To find out more about the national lifelong learning project look at the Be Inspired section of the website, which details the range of events, workshops and courses we can offer. We also have a range of learning resources for women across Scotland, including videos, oral history resources, workshops on how to research women’s history in your area and guidelines on developing your own women’s heritage walk and information on research sources.
We are experienced in working in partnership with a range of organisations and are always keen to develop new opportunities for women. For more information, go to our partners section, or if you are interested in developing opportunities for women in your local area, please contact us.
Book a workshop/Make an enquiry
If you would like a visit from our National Lifelong Learning Team or would like to book a workshop or session from our Inspiring Resources, contact the National Lifelong Learning Development Worker, Morag Smith , at email@example.com or via the website.