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ESOL learners on vocational pathways – getting the qualifications right

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Skills for Life Network

A discussion hosted by the Skills for Life Strategy Unit and Tower Hamlets College on the 24th of March

The Skills for Life Strategy Unit and Tower Hamlets College are hosting a discussion at Tower Hamlets College, London E14 0AF on Friday March 24th 2006 from 10.00 a.m. – 1.30 p.m.

 

‘We want to find how ESOL learners’ achievement on vocational pathways is being accredited and what further improvements may be needed in terms of qualifications, materials and course design / delivery.

We welcome bookings from key stakeholder organisations and delegates who have experience of managing or supporting accredited vocational pathways with embedded /integrated ESOL in post-16 public, voluntary and community sector organisations.

 

Please return booking forms by Monday 13th March 2006.’

Please note that this is not a training event and there are a maximum of 2 places per organisation

You will find a Booking Form in Downloads.

 

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