|Skills for Life Network E-News Update - North East||3 Apr 2007|
Welcome to the Skills for Life Network e-news update.
Another update on ESOL funding in this edition of the e-news, and on European funding available to support study visits, projects and networks. Remember you can find all funding related articles in the site Knowledgebase - just tick 'funding' in the category list.
Adult Literacy teacher required for TV documentary series
Are you a confident, charismatic, energetic adult literacy teacher? Have you got a track record in helping people with reading and writing problems? If you're a qualified teacher with a strong track record, and if you're interested in bringing your skills and experience to a nationwide television audience, then we'd like to hear from you.
ESOL Update from the Learning and Skills Council
On 26 March Bill Rammell, Minister for Further and Higher Education, published the Race Equality Impact Assessment (REIA) and announced new measures that will be put in place to address the concerns raised around the changes to English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) funding
European Study Visits, Projects and Networks
Information on funding opportunities available through the Transversal programme
Free Braille Conversion Service
A free service allowing people to convert documents automatically to and from Braille and synthetic speech, accessed by email, is receiving some 15,000 to 20,000 new requests per month
National Learning at Work Day, 24th May 2007
An annual awareness campaign, co-ordinated annually by the Campaign for Learning, promoting and supporting workplace learning events across the country
Offender Learning and Financial Education
A learning and sharing event to promote the development and delivery of financial education
Skills for Life and Employability
Keynote speech by Liz Smith, Director of unionlearn at the Basic skills Agency annual conference 2007
Skills for Life Resources - an information list for for the Voluntary Sector
A Skills for Life Resource and Information List to support the North East Voluntary & Community Sector
Support for education to 18 - latest research
Research carried out for the Department for Education and Skills indicates that there is widespread support for the idea of young people remaining in education or training until they are 18