What We Offer

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Rosemount Lifelong Learning provides learning, support and social events for people across all walks of life.
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Our Classes and Groups

At Rosemount Lifelong Learning we run a variety of classes to suit the needs and abilities of those in our community. All of our classes are free and most can be accessed via the Skills Training Network. Feel free to call us on 01415530808 for more information.

IT

We offer a range of IT courses from beginner to intermediate level, in collaboration with Glasgow Kelvin College. Our IT Suite also provides access to online college courses, job searching, and digital skills.

Reading, writing, and numeracy

Our tutors provide tailored Reading, Writing, and Numeracy classes in both group and individual settings, based on your needs.

Aim High

Aim High is a group for lone parents aged 16-25. Activities include training sessions, group and individual support, and parent-child bonding activities.

Working In Early Years

Rosemount Lifelong Learning and Glasgow Kelvin College are working together to provide an accredited course for those interested in working in early years services.

ESOL

We have online and in-person ESOL classes for both beginners and those with more experience.

RLL Youth Hub

The Youth Hub is a group for those aged 14-18 who are affected by drug and alcohol misuse. This accredited course allows for development of skills, and lets the young people work towards attending an event of their choosing.

City of Glasgow College Community Classes

Rosemount Lifelong Learning is working alongside City of Glasgow College to provide training and learning opportunities to those in North East Glasgow and beyond.

Early Years and Childcare

Alongside our main building, Rosemount Lifelong Learning also has a nursery for early years learning for 2-5 year olds. Our dedicated staff are highly trained and use in the moment planning to ensure your child gets the most out of their time with us. To learn more, contact the Nursery Manager, Lorna, at either lorna.carlyle@rosemount.ac.uk, or call 0141 553 0808. Our parents handbook can be found below.

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Family Links

The Family Links Service provides support for children, young people and families living in the North East of Glasgow who have been affected by substance or alcohol misuse.

Family Links provides support for families based around their individual needs. The service offers practical advice, help to develop skills to better cope with life’s challenges, and supports positive relationships within families. We are committed to supporting each person to achieve their potential.

Support for Parents/ Carers:

  • One to one support, attachment work, routines, housing, benefit advice and maintaining healthy lifestyles

  • Family work

  • Issue based group work

  • Women’s Addiction Recovery Support Group

Support for Children & Young People:

  • One to one emotional support; therapeutic based activities, out-door activities, building confidence & self-esteem, health & wellbeing and promotion of Children’s Rights

  • Issue based group work

  • School break activities and outings

  • RLL Youth Hub (learn more here)

We can take referrals from agencies including; Social Work Services, Community Addiction Teams, Health Visitors, Family Support Groups, Education and 3rd Sector Agencies. We also accept self-referrals.

For further information please contact: 0141 553 0808

Family Development Worker: michelle.macphie@rosemount.ac.uk

Child Development Worker: mags.macneil@rosemount.ac.uk

Young Person's Development Worker: michael.young@rosemount.ac.uk

Volunteer with us

Volunteering means many things to many people. For some it can mean gaining some valuable experience; applying new skills to practice. For others it can be sharing their own valued experience with others in an effort to give something back and contribute towards others and their learning. As an organisation who support learning as a lifelong ambition, we believe volunteering provides a huge learning opportunity not only for those who volunteer but also what we can all learn from the person volunteering. If you have a skill and want help others develop and learn from your experience or if you have learned something new and want to gain some experience through volunteering, then you’ve come to right place.

 

Our volunteering opportunities are less about finding new volunteers to fit existing roles but more about how we can facilitate a learning exchange between volunteers and the community of learners. Our volunteering opportunities are bespoke to the individual volunteer.

 

To find out more, get in touch. We’d love to hear from you and connect you with new learning experiences.

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