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There are a number of ways you can become involved in All Ways Learning, whether you are an individual artist, a UK Carer, or a freelance arts manager, work within an arts or cultural organisation or within a local authority.
Join our learning community; join our forum; join our pool of self-employed contract workers; become a learning adviser and guide; work in partnership with us
You can join keep in touch with All Ways Learning activities by joining our learning community
We have an active and engaged Board who are involved in programme delivery as well as the more traditional board roles. We will be recruiting a limited number of additional members in 2006, through advertisements in relevant media. The information pack will be downloadable from here as soon as applications are open.
Information about our new Forum is now available.
join our self-employed pool
We would like to hear from you if you are interested in taking on freelance contract work for All Ways Learning. Tell us about your range of experience - we regularly need people to work with us on research projects, project management and administration, and event coordination.
If you would like to join our pool of freelance contract workers, please fill in the online register of interest and also send a copy of your CV to:
* All Ways Learning, Sussex Institute, University of Sussex, Falmer, Brighton, BN1 9QQ
learning advisers and guides
If you are an officer in a local authority, a co-ordinator of a network or member of a peer group, we can offer you our Learning Advisers and Guides programme. For more information on this, see our Learning Advisers section.
working in partnership with us
If you would like to work with All Ways Learning, we would like to hear from you. Within the limited resources of our team and finances we will do what we can to help make things happen by providing information, guidance, support and sometimes small amounts of funding.
As a starter, we can provide Adventures in Learning sessions - informal get-togethers at which topics such as Understanding Learning, new understandings of managing in the arts and Professional Development Planning (including our planning development tool) are explained and participants get to try out new skills in a relaxed way. We could run a short session or make a presentation at one of your meetings.