Community learning and development

CLD plans

Each local authority in Scotland must work with partners and communities to publish a CLD plan every three years. View plans published on 1 September 2015.

Adult Literacies in Scotland survey results published

Results, key findings and recommendations from the 2015 survey to identify what has changed in adult literacies provision since the introduction of ALIS 2020.

First Minister recognises the contribution of CLD

In recent speeches and documents, Nicola Sturgeon has recognised the contribution that community learning and development makes to the work of Scottish Government.

CLD practice

Information on the main community learning and development practice areas.

Professional learning

Professional learning is key to effective community learning and development.

Latest CLD news

  1. The National Third Sector GIRFEC Project will be hosting their second National Learning event on February 26th 2016 at the Glasgow City Hotel (formerly known as the Thistle Hotel).

  2. On 21 January 2016, Aileen Campbell, MSP, Minister for Children and Young People, led a debate in the Scottish Parliament on the topic: 'Young people's achievements‎ across Scotland and the role of youth awards in recognising this'.

  3. The first of a series of three conversational events that will focus on how to develop learning for democracy in community learning and development practice.

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