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Basic Skills Agency Annual Conference

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Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, London, 28 March 2007.

‘The conference will focus on adult basic skills and employability – through an interactive conference we want to showcase practical examples of those working with adults in the workplace, or those looking for work. How do successful providers and employers engage learners? What systems need to be in place for successful workplace basic skills provision? How do good teachers take account of the context?

Why interactive? We want you to come along and join in, tell us what you think and help us to create a resource for teachers.’

To book a place online, visit the Basic Skills Agency website. Alternatively, email conference2007@basic-skills.co.uk

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