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Skills for Life Network E-News Update February 2023

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Skills for Life Network E-News Update February 2023

In the Skills for Life Network E-News Update February 2023:

  • Multiply: numeracy skills interventions – what works?
  • Funding rates for digital skills qualifications in 2024/2025
  • Using AI in education & an introduction to ChatGPT
  • Latest invitations to tender

and lots more.

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