Learner journeys can refer to transitions from school, into post-16 education or training and then into work.
To make those transitions more successful, it is crucial to enable students to see their journey, i.e. what they have achieved so far and what learning opportunities are available to them. This will in turn help them to make better decisions to get them to where they want to be in the future.
See our Transitions webpage for more on our work in this area, including joint work with HEA Scotland, institutions and local partner agencies across Scotland.
Our Pupil voice webpage outlines our work to develop the pupil voice in schools and in colleges where school pupils are hosted to study particular subjects.
Our Articulation webpage details our previous joint work with ELRAH (the now-disbanded articulation hub) supporting articulating students taking a pathway that allows them to progress from an HNC or HND directly into the 2nd or 3rd year of a degree programme i.e. without having to start at year 1.
For further information contact Morven Stewart.