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Initial Assessment Toolkit for Key Skills and Skills for Life

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Event looking at developing your initial assessment system – tools and techniques

Events to launch an initial assessment toolkit for key skills and Skills for Life from the Key Skills Support Programme (KSSP).

 

‘Many providers have expressed concern about the lack of freely available practical tools for initial assessment. The initial assessment toolkit for key skills and Skills for Life has been developed by the KSSP to address this need.

The course materials include the initial assessment toolkit for key skills and Skills for Life and each participant will receive a free copy. This event gives participants the opportunity to become familiar with the resources in the toolkit and helps them to consider how they might use some of the tools to improve their existing initial assessment practices.’

 

March – July 2006 – available course dates

12 April – Truro
19 April – Stoke-on-Trent
3 May – Lincoln
4 May – Birmingham
10 May – Southampton
24 May – Bristol
1 June – Liverpool
7 June – Peterborough
14 June – Oxford
21 June – Penrith
28 June – Leicester
6 July – Ipswich
19 July – Exeter
25 July – Worcester

Click here to download an application form.

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