Our CEO, Tim Ward, is one of four leaders from further educational establishments to receive a fellowship grant to conduct research into leadership issues in the sector.
The Wiltshire Children and Families Voluntary Sector Forum, CFVSF, are launching the 3rd edition of their Directory of Member Services.
A group of learners from Swindon showed off their new-found culinary skills by rustling up some festive treats for the Mayor’s Christmas Carol Service.
We are delighted to have raised over £4,000 in The Big Give Christmas Challenge towards developing our new learning centre in Melksham.
Eight of our learners from the Penhill area of Swindon were invited to a presentation at The Mayor’s Parlour on 31st October, where they received their certificates from Mayor Teresa Page.
Young children and their carers in Chippenham will be able to explore a brand new sensory garden thanks to learners from our Trowbridge Prince’s Trust Team programme.
Two of our learners are starring in a national campaign to inspire people to Get Online and see what the internet can do for them.
Newsletter number 25 is now available. In this issue:
The Learning Curve is offering Third Sector organisations the opportunity to submit Expressions of Interest to deliver Skills Funding Agency (SFA) Community Learning provision in Wiltshire to
In July we successfully completed a pilot for a new course developed in partnership with Working Links in Plymouth.