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Challenge Project Launch 6th March 2006

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Teacher Training , Professional Development , Events
Skills for Life Network

Launch event for Skills for Life practitioners in Tyne and Wear: ICT, the new Skill for Life – are you ready?

Challenge Project Launch Event for Skills for Life Practitioners in Tyne and Wear

Monday 6 March 2006, Stadium of Light, Sunderland

ICT, The New Skill for Life – Are you ready?

The imminent arrival of the Skills for Life ICT curriculum poses many questions and challenges for all providers

– Do Skills for Life teachers have the ICT skills needed?
– How can Skills for Life teachers bring their own ethos to ICT?
– Who will our learners be?

These and other issues around the ICT curriculum will be addressed at this event. The day will be led by Susanne Johnson, an inspirational and lively presenter who has many years experience of teaching Skills for Life and for the last seven years has become increasingly involved in the e-world.

Help us launch our exciting new project by joining us at this event.

To apply for an invitation, please complete the form in Downloads and return it to the address given. Alternatively, you may email your completed form to Lisa Barnes, email

This project received funding from One NorthEast the LSC and TWP

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