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Friday, June 29, 2012

Cultural Planning

Dear Colleagues

Please see below information about a short course in cultural planning being sponsored by the University of the West of Scotland this September.

It would be wonderful to fill it to overflowing and demonstrate the need for courses like this as a matter of course.

Please encourage anyone you know who might be interested to sign up for it.
As you can see, fees can be reclaimed from Skills Development Scotland. Your employer has to pay them up front and then claim them back. I'm waiting to hear what is the process for free lancers, unemployed etc. so don't let money put anyone off!

Here's to a Scotland where cultural planning approaches within all policy agendas are the default way of working!

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