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Finding Your Level Theatre Production

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Skills for Life Network

A theatre production that aims to introduce the Skills for Life agenda to the wider teacher network

Finding Your Level Theatre Production

Date: Thursday March 30th 2006

Venue: Main Hall – Grimsby Institute of Further and Higher Education

Morning performance 10.00am – afternoon perfornance 1.00 pm
(participants should allow about an hour and a half)

The production is set in the staff room of a Further Education College.
Its aim is to introduce the Skills for Life agenda to the wider teacher
network, to sell the benefits of vocational staff being able to support
their learners and to demonstrate how Skills for Life should be part of
everyone’s learning agenda.

This event is free. Seats are limited so bookings are essential. To book a place please contact Julie Knudsen on 01472 311222 extension 541 or email Knudsenj@grimsby.ac.uk

 

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