This is our current list of the 10 most useful websites out
there. If you have more suggestions, contact us with
the link and why you think it's important.
The Top Ten
Learning and Teaching Scotland (LTS) and HMIe have combined to
form a new body called Education Scotland. While both constituent
organisations' websites are still active, the online activities of
Foghlam Alba will slowly but surely be migrating over to its new
Communities of Practice in
Adult Literacies (CoPAL)
The Scottish Further Education Unit established this fairly active
online forum to inform and support practitioners. You can find
news, events, shared media, and discussions on relevant issues.
If you have an idea of what you are looking for, the publications
page is immensely useful.
National Lottery funding stream to community groups and projects
in Scotland that improve health, education and the environment.
CLD Standards Council for Scotland - Rory's Blog
The more there are conversations such as this "Straight talking
from the Standards Council", the better the sector will be.
The Scottish Credit and Qualifications Framework (The Framework)
promotes lifelong learning in Scotland
The partner organisations which form Skills Development Scotland
are: Careers Scotland; Scottish University for Industry
(learndirect scotland, learndirect scotland for business, ILA
Scotland, The Big Plus); and key skills elements from Scottish
Enterprise and Highlands and Islands Enterprise.
The Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator (OSCR) is the
independent regulator and registrar for Scottish charities.
SCVO - TFN
The Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations' Third Force News
is one of the easiest ways to keep up to date with what's going on
around the voluntary sector in Scotland.
VDS promotes and supports volunteering in Scotland through
information, training and support services for organisations which
engage voluntary workers.