Scotland’s Learning Partnership - Membership
Equality of membership is at the heart of Scotland’s Learning Partnership- it’s what makes us very different from other organisations and it’s what gives us our unique position in Scotland. We are a membership organisation of learners and providers who work together to make the strongest case for non-formal learning in Scotland.
Becoming a member of Scotland’s Learning Partnership has something special to offer you-so why not join today
In becoming a member of Scotland’s Learning Partnership you can play of vital role in the running of the organisation. All of our committees and sub groups are part of a community who share the same goals and help us create the direction of the organisation.
Supporting your community
Membership also means being involved in your local community based learning programmes. From volunteering for one hour a week to taking on major projects membership of Scotland’s Learning Partnership can put you in touch with real people in real communities whose common aim is to get people into and enjoying learning.
Scotland’s Learning Partnership needs strong evidence of the impact that learning has on learners, families, communities and business and we need your help to get our message heard.
Changing the world as we know it
Over the past few years we have begun to develop a project with learners from across the world and have been creating the right kind of environment to establish a global learners’ network - tackling important issues, like the right to participate in lifelong learning and developing lifelong learning systems and programmes that meet our partners needs. And it’s easy for you to play a part.
For instance, you could come along to one of our event meetings where we organise exclusively for members a programme to highlight an issue we’re working on. You can also add your voice to a campaign by signing up to support it or joining our online discussion.
Having your say
Because we believe that everyone has a right to be heard becoming a member means that we give you the chance to have a say in how the organisation is run. You can help shape the projects we create, our campaigns and our learners’ voice programme.
We have member representatives across all of Scotland who speak on behalf of learners to tell key decision makers about what’s needed.
So, if you share our values and principles, why not come and join us?
How to become a member
If you would like further details about membership, please contact the Membership Office using one of the methods below.
Download the required application form below and post it to:
The Membership Office, SLP, Royal Highland Centre, Ingliston, Edinburgh EH28 8NB
Membership Application Form
If you wish to set up Direct Debit with your bank, please use the following form:
Contact The Membership Office on 0131 220 5567 to arrange for an application pack to be posted to you.
Email your name and postal address to firstname.lastname@example.org