A Live community project between the University of Greenwich, six South East Colleges, The University of the Arts, London
The development of life skills is at the heart of the programme. The creative process includes opportunities for all participants to learn and develop transferable skills such as team-working, problem-solving and communication, which help them succeed, not just in creative thinking, but in life in general.
Current programmes include a collaboration between the University of Greenwich, the South East London Lifelong Learning Network (SELLLN), and the University of the Arts London, where undergraduate design students are working for client teams of students studying on National Diploma courses at South London FE Colleges. This model has a particular focus on supporting progression from further education to higher education.
The programme was funded for 3 years from SELLLN & ASPIRE.
Programme Director: Anastasios Maragiannis