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Integrating Skills for Life Development in the Workplace

Skills for Life Network

Programme for managers and workplace trainers to support the development of Skills for Life in the workplace

Places are FREE as the programme is being funded by the DfES.


‘What is the aim of the programme?

 To develop awareness and understanding of whole organisation
approaches to implementing the Skills for Life strategy
 To equip individuals with an understanding of the importance of
implementing Literacy, Language and Numeracy [LLN] development in the
 To equip those involved in workplace training with skills,
knowledge and understanding to design, deliver and evaluate programmes
that integrate LLN development in the workplace
 To pilot and evaluate this innovative programme


When will it take place?

Pre-programme guidance: Thursday 10th November 9:30 to 4:30′

The pilot course starts on Tuesday 15th November 2005.


Course details and an application form can be found in Downloads.

Applications must be returned to Trevor Jones, Administrator for the
Community and Workforce Development Division, by Monday 31st October

Further Information

No further information

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