Impact

People often report that their learning has been transformational – for themselves, their teams, their organisations and the focus of their work

We are independently reviewed every few years to ensure the quality and impact of learning. 

The highly respected Training & Education Research Unit, University of Glasgow, evaluated our work in 2015.

See the results in our Impact Review

 

Theory of Change

Learning and development is a vital part of an ecosystem of support available to the Scottish third sector, enabling people to build their knowledge, skills and personal qualities.

By using what they learn in what they do and how they do it, not only do they benefit but so does their organisation and community - we show this connected impact through our Theory of Change. 

Take a look at our Theory of Change

 

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