Across Fife, a wide range of lifelong learning opportunities are available in many locations, including libraries, local community and learning centres, and community-use schools and colleges. You may wish to get formal qualifications, to develop a personal interest or hobby, to learn new skills or brush up on old ones, or you may wish to learn just for fun. The course finder below can help you find the right course for you. You can search for a particular course or you can find out what is provided in your local area. The course information includes who to contact to book a place. Please contact the centre in the first instance.
Please note the change of name of the referral form to 'Inter-agency Report of Harm Referral. Dispute Resolution Protocol. The required CLMS number is detailed next to the course title. Course attendees will have previously undertaken some single agency training and should be in a role that involves multi-agency working. All applications will be confirmed by email via the Corporate Learning Management System. Training is free. A one day course from 9.
The support you receive will depend on your situation and we can offer help ranging from a simple information leaflet to full support by dedicated social care workers. The aim of SDS is for people to have as much control, choice and flexibility over their own lives and support as they want. For more information, check out the On Your Doorstep website. Tell us what was good?
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