18 to 24 May is Adult Learners’ Week. At LSE, there is a range of events and activities throughout the week, including the drop-in Learning Cafe on 23 May (Thursday) between 3 and 4.30 pm. It’s a fantastic opportunity to find out what the School has on offer and to motivate yourself to go on that course that you have been thinking about!
Have you always wanted to learn a new language or ever considered trying your hand at painting? Or maybe you’ve been thinking about going on that very useful work-related training course? Perhaps you just want to be able to manage your current workload and work more efficiently?
If so, get involved in Adult Learners’ Week at LSE! Adult Learners’ Week is a national celebration of the benefits of lifelong learning and at LSE, we are taking this opportunity to showcase what we have on offer.
LSE’s Learning and Development Group is promoting a range of exciting events around the theme ‘many ways to learn’, including Writing for blogs, English through improv, Planning your retirement and much more! All the events running are bookable via the training and development system and are listed on the Learning and Development webpage.
The highlight of the week is a drop-in Learning Cafe which will be held on Learning at Work Day, Thursday 23 May, between 3.00 and 4.30pm. It will take place in Kinta Alley on the mezzanine floor of the Bean Counter Cafe in 32 Lincolns Inn Fields. There will be stalls where you’ll have an opportunity to learn about mind mapping software, how to save a life, managing disability in the workplace, assistive technology and lots more. In addition, the first 50 people will get a free tea/coffee and there will be a raffle too!
If you have any queries, please contact Equality.and.Diversity@lse.ac.uk.