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A short series of discussion sessions which will provide staff and students with the opportunity to hear from a range of experts on the latest research and discuss practical changes to learning and succeed in the challenging conditions associated with the current cost of living crisis.
ScotSMART (Scottish Student Mental Health Research) are looking for working group members for four new strands of research.
In session 2023-2024, CDN will launch a new programme aimed at facilitating the creation of a trauma-informed culture in every college in Scotland.
This event is an opportunity to look at some of the different ways people use to enhance their confidence, skills and experience through learning in the community
This report summarises some of the key highlights of the Think Positive project during academic year 2022-2023.
The Men Minds Team are looking for young men to help shape research into mental health. They want to know more about what it’s like for young men with certain experiences
Children in Scotland and the University of Stirling have been delivering a Youth Advisory Group to support the development of suicide prevention policy in Scotland since April 2022. They are looking to invite new members to join the group.
Dyslexia Scotland are hosting an online networking event on 23rd March for those in S6, Higher Education, or Further Education to meet with other students with dyslexia to share their experiences.
Colleges, Universities and Students’ Associations in Scotland, can apply for between £10,000 and £100,000 for path management projects that improve the accessibility and resilience of existing paths between homes, community services, active travel routes and public transport facilities or connections