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Level 3 Materials

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Skills for Life Network

Materials developed in West Yorkshire to support delivery of the OCR Level 3 Certificate for Adult Literacy Subject Support are now available on the site

The materials were developed collaboratively by a group of Providers in the LSC West Yorkshire area during 2003/2004. The group included representation from a number of Colleges, with Thomas Danby College undertaking the final compilation.

The materials are in the form of WinZip files, containing a number of separate documents in different folders.

Download the file in the usual way by right-clicking on the relevant Resource on the right and choosing Save Target As. Save the file to a folder on your PC.

If you are using Windows XP, find the downloaded file using My Computer and double-click the file to open it and extract the files.

If you are not using Windows XP, you will need to use WinZip to extract the files. If you have WinZip installed, find the file using My Computer and double-click it to launch WinZip.

If you don’t have WinZip, it is available from a number of download sites on the Internet. Take care to download from a reputable source and check with your IT department if necessary.

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