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Developing a Whole Organisation Approach to Skills for Life in Local Authorities

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Skills for Life Network

Holiday Inn, Leicester, Wednesday 7th March 2007

This is a free dissemination event, the first of two, organised by The Network and funded by the Skills for Life Improvement Programme to share our experiences so far, in pilot projects in partnerships with local authorities in developing a Whole Organisation Approach to Skills for Life. Keynote speakers will provide an update on the National Skills for Life Strategy for local government, and in particular the Get ON Local Government Award scheme and outline how our project has supported the implementation of these initiatives. Workshops will provide an opportunity to explore different aspects of the pilot activities, their successes and challenges.

Who should attend?

This seminar is for all those with an interest in taking forward Skills for Life development with local authority employees, particularly:

  • Local Authority Human Resources and Learning & Development Managers, supervisors and union learning representatives
  • Co-ordinators and practitioners who are already delivering in the workplace and have an interest in supporting local authorities
  • Sector Skills Councils
  • Learning and Skills Councils

For further information and to register please visit The Network website.

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