Rosemount Lifelong Learning

Delivered by Rosemount Lifelong Learning
Note: this service is only for people who live in North East of Glasgow
  • Budgeting advice
  • Children’s play
  • Digital skills
  • Addictions
  • Coffee mornings

ESOL learning - Providing English speaking learning supporting isolated members of the community to connect. Employability & Skills Development Support - Our programme provides a range of one to one and group work support for those seeking employment opportunities. Our employability advisor focuses on some of the core issues experienced by job seekers such as low confidence, self esteem, IT skills and language and support people to enhance skills through confidence building workshop and skills development course. Our employability advisor will also support participants to gain work experience and volunteering opportunities. IT & digital learning - A combination of one to one and group work sessions which vary from formal SVQ qualifications in IT and non-formal learning (i.e setting up email accounts, surfing the net, interacting with zoom, setting up internet banking). Literacy & Numeracy support - Providing basic literacy and numeracy learning through the means of one to one specialist support and group work activities. Many of our learners lack confidence and therefore learning as individuals is the norm however 9/10 of our learners grow in confidence and progress to group style learning and other learning opportunities within the centre. Learners accessing this service include adult learners, asylum seekers, those experiencing learning difficulties, those isolated in the community and those who have experience of the criminal justice system.

'Keep on Learning' - A Project which provides support specialist support to children and families at a local primary school. The aims of the project are to support stability in the family home, integrate families into the community, encourage adults to engage in learning and support the continuity of children’s education. Keep on Learning provides essential family support complimenting the formal national curriculum by proving informal learning and supporting the closing of the attainment gap in children’s and adult education.

Aim High (Young Parents Project) – Working with young parents across Glasgow, this project focusses on non-formal learning and social connection as a means of encouraging young people to keep learning and striving for change pr. Aim High encourages young parents to work together in a group project whilst working simultaneous on their own personal development plan. Bespoke learning and support is put in place centred on identified goals and need.

Youth Hub – Providing a safe space for young people who are experiencing family addiction. The aim of the project is to ensure that young people have a space to explore their own goals and ambition whilst connecting young people with others who are experiencing similar issues at home. In terms of education attainment, those experience family addictions are most likely to withdraw from their own study and be isolated in the community. support to those experiencing addictions.
Family Links Project - In response to community needs, this project provides a range of one to one and family support community members who experience multiple and complex barriers to engaging with learning (mental ill health, low confidence, addictions, long term unemployment, low self esteem, finances, access to transport etc) which prevent them from engaging in learning. FLP provide non-formal learning and support to stimulate the concept of learning success using the themes of change and resilience. This project is considered one of our gateway projects. 3/5 of our learners progress onto other learning opportunities as confidence grows.
Early Years Learning & Childcare - providing a range of affordable childcare to the community enabling parents to engage in learning and employment reducing poverty. In

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