Some classes are taking part in a special pilot project to measure the benefit that they get from their course. This project involves learners from all seven local authorities in West London. There are two surveys and you only need to do them (one or both) if your tutor asks you.
Congratulations to the following learners who have all been elected into the learner council:
- Cara Hoyland - Health and Social Care
- Fahmida Mir Akbar- English, Maths and ESOL
- Shenaz Mahomed- ICT
- Syed Shah- English and Childcare
- Adiam Yohannes- Childcare and English and Maths
- Agata Wiatrzyk- ESOL
- Sahar Gudadi-ESOL
- Razia Kekic-Modern Foreign Languages
- Bernadette Meehan- Health and Social Care
Please familiarise yourself with the member that is representing your area.
We are having such a great response to the election week for new learner councillors.
Remember there's still time to vote, you have until the end of the week to get your vote in, visit the reception area in your centres to cast your vote!
We would be very grateful if you would complete an online survey that goes directly to Ofsted. The survey is about your experience at Hillingdon Adult and Community Learning.
Ofsted is a government department that checks the quality of what we do and they use the results of this survey to find out...Read the rest of this topic
Emotional Health and Wellbeing with Hillingdon Adult Learning in 2017-18
Around one quarter of British adults, experience mental health issues at some point in their lives, 1 in 4. Anxiety, sleeplessness and depression are the most common disorders and even if they don’t it is important to ...Read the rest of this topic