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ESOL in the Workplace and Organisational Needs Analysis

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Skills for Life Network

Two courses being run by the Network

‘The following courses are open to all workplace LLN stakeholders and are discounted to Network members.

ESOL in the Workplace

Wednesday 23rd November, Novotel, Arundel Gate, Sheffield
This course explores setting up, implementing and evaluating workplace ESOL programmes. It also examines the wider context in which workplace ESOL is placed.

Organisational Needs Analysis

Thursday 24th November, Regus Centre, King Street, Manchester
This course will provide an overview of the purpose and structure of the ONA, the processes involved along with the opportunity to evaluate the benefits of the final ONA report.

Cost per course/per delegate*
Network Members £200
Non- Network Members £235

*Cost includes lunch and refreshments

For a registration form and further information please contact either Sue Cunningham or Helen Bressington on 01524 593526 or

e-mail:, Alternatively, you can register on-line.’

On the 1st October the Workplace Basic Skills Network changed its name to ‘The Network’

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