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Glasgow Clyde College (Pathways to Progress)

The Pathways to Progress project specialises in teaching everyday literacy and numeracy skills to adults over the age of 16 from the North West of Glasgow, who may be on a low income or unemployed. Literacy and numeracy support is available in a variety of community-based venues across the west of Glasgow.

New classes starting now. Call Victoria on 0141 357 6115 to sign up for a class.

Drumchapel Library, 65 Hecla Avenue, Glasgow G15 8LX
Tuesdays: 10.15am-12.15pm

Ruchill Community Centre, 671 Bilsland Dr, Glasgow,G20 9NF
Tuesdays: 1pm-3pm

Love Milton, 15 Scaraway Dr, Glasgow G22 7EY
Wednesdays: 10am-12noon

Literacies- Creative Writing 
Whiteinch Centre, 1 Northinch St, Glasgow, G14 0UG 
Mondays 1pm-3pm

Digital Literacies 
Possilpoint Community Centre, 130 Denmark St, Glasgow G22 5LQ 
Mondays: 1pm-3pm or
Thursdays: 1pm-3pm

Literacies- Employability  
Whiteinch Centre, 1 Northinch St, Glasgow, G14 0UG 
Tuesdays: 9.30am-12.30pm

Literacy and numeracy learning is available:
In a group setting,
In a learning programme
Public transport advice:
Bus numbers 20, 42 and 9 go past or near the centres
Specialist facilities and support offered:
Disabled Access
Contact Name:
Victoria McHard
Anniesland Campus, Glasgow Clyde College, 19 Hatfield Drive, Glasgow, G12 0YE
0141 357 6115