Coalfields Regeneration Trust awards £3,000 grant to the Resilience Learning Partnership in Alloa
The Resilience Learning Partnership (RLP) in Alloa has been awarded a grant of £3,000 by the Coalfields Regeneration Trust (CRT) to part-fund an administrator’s post.
RLP provides training and education programmes, facilitation services, undertakes project work, guest lectures, conference presentations and consultations in the health, education, social welfare and criminal justice sectors.
It works with individuals with ‘lived experience’ of services in those sectors who can give a unique insight into understanding some of the most prevalent issues people will encounter
The group has established an office in Alloa to serve the Clackmannanshire area. Its premises also provide office and training space in a central location with public transport access.
The CRT grant will help fund part-time admin post for 12 hours a week to give RLP’s managing director additional time to develop new contracts and project partners.
Shumela Ahmed of the Resilience Learning Partnership said: “We would like to thank the Coalfields Regeneration Trust for its grant which will help us employ a part-time administrator to support the valuable services we provide.”
Bob Young, a CRT trustee in Scotland, said: “We were pleased to be able to award the Resilience Learning Partnership with a grant to help fund a new administrator post. It offers vital services to people across a range of sectors.”