Wednesday 11th March 2020 – 5pm – 7pm
Where: Inverness College UHI,
1 Inverness Campus, Inverness. IV2 5NA
About this event:
This is a presentation on the research findings from a 9-month study exploring innovative models of ELC and an opportunity for you to provide your views/feedback.
Exploring innovative models of ELC to sustain rural communities is a 9-month research project funded by the Scottish Government and EU Innovation Fund at a time of major changes in the funding and provision of ELC services. It has been led by Care and Learning Alliance (CALA) in partnership with The Shieling Project, University of Highland and Islands (UHI), University of Edinburgh, NHS Highland, Highland Council, Skills Development Scotland, Cantraybridge College and Connecting Communities.
The research is due to complete at the end of March 2020 and has been focused on 4 main strands of work:
- A strong and sustainable workforce
- Alternative places and times
- Intergenerational partnerships
- Transport, including mobile nurseries.
To book your place and further information visit: https://elc-explore-innovative-models.eventbrite.co.uk/