RaPAL

Research and Practice in Adult Literacy – a friendly group

Events

RaPAL Conferences

RaPAL members arrange one conference per year, distributed around the regions. In these, members and guests present their current research, projects, innovations and teaching and learning practice around conference themes.

Joint Conference 2014 with NIACE, NRDC and UCU: Motivated or Mandated

Joint Conference 2014 with NIACE, NRDC and UCU: Motivated or Mandated

Geographical locations have included:
 2017 Regional Colloquia: tbc
 2016 Joint with L&W, UCL IoE Post-14 Centre, UCU and NATECLA in London
 2015 Joint with NIACE, NRDC, UCU and NATECLA in London
 2015 Regional Colloquia: Glasgow, Merseyside, Cardiff and London
 2014 Joint with NIACE NRDC and UCU in London
 2014 Birmingham
 2013 Joint with NIACE and UCU in London
 2012 Joint with NIACE and UCU in London
 2011 Norwich
 2010 London Greenwich
 2009 Newport
 2008 Galway
 2007 Belfast
 2006 Glasgow
More information on each of these is available on the conference pages.

Training and CPD modules

RaPAL are involved in developing training and CPD underpinned by research for which there is interest and demand in the field. These may take root from workshops delivered at our conferences. Recently, we are involved in developing CPD modules with NIACE. We also offer online delivery via platforms such as WebEx.

Fringe Discussions, 2014

Fringe Discussions, 2014

Other Events

RaPAL are involved in other events in the field on an ad hoc basis. Our members have been involved in a wide range of activities including consultation with national and international organisations, feeding in to policy and a range of research and publications.

Proposals always welcome to info@rapal.org.uk.

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