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Community learning and development training for professionals engaged in community regeneration and community planning

Barr, A. and Kirkpatrick, D. and Lindsay, M. and Taylor, P. (2005) Community learning and development training for professionals engaged in community regeneration and community planning. Working paper. Communities Scotland.

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Abstract

The study was commissioned by the Scottish Executive Development Department to identify training needs and current provision of community learning and development (CLD) training for a range of professionals (other than those formally qualified in CLD) who are engaged in community regeneration and community planning (Local Government in Scotland Act 2003). It was one of a series of studies emanating from the Scottish Executive response to the review: „Empowered to Practice – the future of community learning and development training in Scotland‟. One of the themes of the report taken up by the Scottish Executive was the need for; „wider opportunities for joint training with other disciplines such as teachers, librarians, college lecturers, health workers and social workers‟.