The aim of Learning4Life Sussex is to bring together in one place a wide range of useful links to trusted websites* that will provide you with information to inspire, enable and support you to learn, whatever your stage of life or area of interest.
Learning: For learners of all ages, from primary pupil to mature student – explore the opportunities to learn available to you locally and nationally and the benefits they could bring to you and your family.
Working: For school leavers, employees, returners and career changers – learn about routes into a new job, how to plan your career, gain the right skills and find the resources to help you apply for and get your dream job.
Living: For all learners – browse links that support ‘life’s necessities’– housing, finance, benefits, physical and mental health, and more – while you learn, study, train and navigate your way into the world of work.
Educating: For educators – discover tried-and-tested career resources, advice on career progression, training opportunities and examples of teaching and learning approaches that really work.
Jargon Buster: For everyone – get to grips with educational terms and work jargon with these plain English, easy-to-understand explanations.
We hope you find the website useful and welcome your feedback. If you come across links that we could feature on Learning4Life Sussex, please let us know by emailing us here. Please note that inclusion on the website will be at the discretion of the site’s administrators.
Established in 2005, Sussex Learning Network was one of the UK’s first Lifelong Learning Networks. It was set up to tackle the barriers further education (FE) students faced entering university and to create learning pathways to support them. Since then, SLN has evolved into a partnership of FE colleges, universities, local authorities and enterprise agencies that aims to enable the region’s learners to access, participate in and progress through to higher-level education, with a view to transforming lives and providing skilled workers for the Sussex economy. To achieve this, it funds and delivers a variety of innovative local projects, supports and creates resources for career practitioners, provides information on developments across the education sector, and challenges government to deliver equality of opportunity in education.
The Learning4Life Sussex website is funded by Uni Connect, which supports the government’s social mobility goals to rapidly increase the number of young people from underrepresented groups going on to higher education.