|Skills for Life Network E-News Update||22 May 2007|
Welcome to the Skills for Life Network E-News Update
In this edition of the update, we have a review of the Embedding Skills for Life and Key Skills aspect of the Totally Skilled Project. See below to view the article and to find out how to access the project materials.
Events: if you haven't yet booked a place at the NATECLA National Conference in July, do hurry - this is the ESOL event of the year! Do also take a look at the 'Developing Excellence in Skills for Life' events on offer through the Skills for Life Improvement programme. Full details of these and other events are in the attached articles.
If you would like to feature your events on the Skills for Life Network website and e-news update, please contact us for more information.
Jobs: SRG Training Services in East London have an opportunity for a Skills for Life Tutor/Trainer, and are prepared to offer support for teacher training to the right candidate. Further north, Liverpool Adult Learning Service have a range of sessional opportunities available. More information on these and other current vacancies can be found below and in the Jobs section of the site.
The Learning Matters Partnership
We specialise in resources and support for curriculum and staff development in the areas of literacy, numeracy, ESOL, independent living skills and entry to employment
NATECLA National Conference
The NATECLA National Conference will take place on 6,7 8 July 2007 at City University, London. The conference will engage with the politics, principles and practices of ESOL and the place of language and learning in the lives of teachers, learners and society as a whole.
Developing Excellence in Skills for Life
The Skills for Life Improvement Programme is offering a series of participative events for leaders, managers, Skills for Life and vocational practitioners and regional stakeholders across the country
ESOL Question Time Conference
An opportunity to discuss ESOL learners' needs in view of recent developments affecting learning opportunities for asylum seekers
New Futures:South East Conference, 26th June 2007
This conference will offer a wide choice of interactive workshops, firmly focused on developing teaching skills
Reducing re-offending through skills and jobs
A personalised skills assessment is to be made available in prisons and in the community to identify offenders who will benefit from a programme of employment-focused learning and skills training
Train the Trainers 9297 - Yorkshire and the Humber
This one day training course is FREE and is for experienced Skills for Life Tutors based in Yorkshire and the Humber
Adult Literacy teacher required for TV documentary series
Are you a confident, charismatic, energetic adult literacy teacher? If you're a qualified teacher with an interest in bringing your skills and experience to a nationwide television audience, then Leopard Films would like to hear from you.
Training for Skills for Life IAG workers in Yorkshire and the Humber
Working with Offenders? Like some inspirational training to help you? Move On can offer you a day of interactive training
Skills for Life Network
ReZolve, East Grange House, Scruton
Northallerton, North Yorkshire, DL7 0RD
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