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Sample Individual Learning Plans from the LSDA Planning Learning, Recording Progress and Achievement Project are now on the site

Planning Learning and Recording Progress and Achievement: a guide for practitioners


The first draft of this LSDA document is now available to download from the Resources section on the right. There are three sections to the document: an Introduction, Further Guidance and an appendix offering sample Individual Learning Plans from a range of Institutions.


Also in the Resources section, you will find:



  • a draft of the ILP pro-forma developed by a the Skills for Life team at City Centre Training, Middlesbrough, the final version of which will be included as an example of good practice in the completed PLRA document

and



  • the sample ILP presented with the diagnostic assessment materials

The final version of the PLRA document is expected to be released at the beginning of November, and will be made available on this site.



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