Norwich Community Learning Champions

Norwich Community Learning Champions is a

national award-winning project, run by

volunteers from a range of backgrounds.

We see informal learning as a way of bringing people together around meaningful activity.

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Monday, 30 March 2015

The Big Election Debate for Norfolk's young people: Wednesday 15th April

Free for all young people aged 16 - 23
Wednesday 15th April 6pm - 8pm at Open, 20 Bank Plain, Norwich NR2 4SF

Entry is by ticket only. Register for your free ticket here 

Saturday, 28 March 2015

Hold a Festival of Learning event this May and June.

Adult Learners Week Festival of Learning Banner

Highlight your organisation's commitment to learning and inspire adults to discover the fun and diverse ways that they can learn.
The Festival of Learning is a two-month long festival of events and activities taking place throughout May and June.

Organisations across the country hold thousands of events demonstrating the learning opportunities that they provide and inspiring adults to discover how learning can transform lives.

The Festival also brings together a range of national activities including Museums at NightLearning at Work Week Volunteers Week City Lit’s Annual Learners’ Celebration and VQ Day.

Holding a Festival of Learning event, open day or taster session is a great way to have fun and be creative, whilst spreading the message that learning is good for health, self-esteem and employability.  Your events may also attract new audiences and inspire them to discover how learning can transform their life.

It's never too early to plan your event. Upload your activities now onto the free online events listings and increase your publicity to a national level.

To find out more or to register your event please visit the NIACE website

Thursday, 26 March 2015

New Digital Skills project from Future Projects

Aged 16-25? In need of a new challenge? Or just simply looking to develop some new digital skills? 
Then look no further!

Future Projects is running a new FREE course aimed at enhancing your creative digital skills. ‘Connect Your Future’ is a four-weekly course funded by the Norfolk Community Foundation, and each week, you can access training in music, coding, marketing and communications. You can also benefit from a work placement at Future Radio and Future Studios, all designed to make you more employable. The courses will be led by the highly experienced and qualified creative digital technology teacher, Paul Weston.  

No previous experience is required and all equipment will be supplied. First course sarts on April 7th.

To register for the course, please visit:

For more information please call : 01603 250505 / 455250

Thursday, 19 March 2015

Funding: Norwich City Council small community grants

The next round of the Norwich City Council small community grants programme is now open. Grants of up to £500 are available for day to day running costs, small projects or activities.

Any community group in Norwich who has an annual income of under £10,000 and has not received a grant from this fund in the past 18 months is eligible to apply.

The deadline for the next round of this funding is Friday 8 May 2015

For more details and application form please click here.