This webinar explores how to create opportunities for young people in and around Protected Areas. It will showcase three examples where Protected Areas have implemented various projects to increase opportunities for young people to take up active roles in their Protected Areas and local communities. Register to join free on 1st of [...]
Check out this IOL webinar series which are open to all. These provide an opportunity for the Outdoor Sector to explore a range of themes around Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) in the outdoors. This page also provides access to insights and recommendations from the 2021 Raising Our Game Webinar [...]
Join this John Muir Trust webinar exploring how wild places and the John Muir Award can benefit learning and educational priorities in Scotland, and key resources that can help. Aimed at teachers, youth workers and any practitioners supporting young people’s learning in Scotland, this session will introduce two resources designed [...]
The first of the Learning for Sustainability Scotland series of ‘Putting Learning for Sustainability at the heart of practice’ webinars takes place on 7 September 2022. This is for primary sector teachers. This series is aimed at early learning and childcare and schools, in partnership with the Educational Institute of [...]
Join Youthlink Scotland from 5pm to 6.30pm on 16 August for this 90 minute webinar. Explore what youth governance is and why it is important for young people’s voices to be heard in policy and decision-making processes, within the context of tackling the climate emergency. The event is open to [...]
This YouthLink Scotland 90-minute webinar will take a look at some of the different skills that are needed in green industries. It will feature guest speakers who are young people working in climate-related jobs, as well as focusing on how youth workers can support young people to improve their green [...]
Need inspiration for a local heritage project? This Archaeology Scotland webinar will provide you with inspiring activity ideas, resources and case studies in a Learning for Sustainability context. Shared by LfS Scotland in their May 2022 news roundup.
A morning of interactive workshops for pupils, with guests from The Royal Zoological Society of Scotland, Fairtrade Schools, and children's author and veterinarian Gill Lewis courtesy of the Scottish Book Trust. Shared by LfS Scotland in their May 2022 news roundup.