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Learning at Work Day 25 May 2006

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Skills for Life Network

National Learning at Work (LAW) Day is an annual awareness campaign promoting and supporting workplace learning events across England

’15 minute finance workouts …
One hour for hobby sharing …
A morning for mentoring …

Want to make one huge difference in 24 hours? Why not take part in national Learning at Work (LAW) Day on 25 May. LAW Day encourages your organisation to show its commitment to employee learning and development by running your own internal learning activities with the support of a national campaign. Last year an estimated 5000 organisations large and small took part from the BBC to Barnado’s to BUPA. And this year is set to be even more successful.

 

If you were involved last year, you’ll know there are no boundaries to the kind of event you could run. Just like last year we at the Campaign for Learning – a registered charity – will be on hand to help.

For more information visit www.learningatworkday.com
or call 0870 350 2345.’

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