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LLUK Annual Conference

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Lifelong Learning UK will hold its first annual conference on the 7th of December 2006 in central London

LLUK is hosting its first annual conference on the 7 December 2006 in central London. The high-profile event will address the challenges for the lifelong learning and education sectors in meeting the UK’s future skills needs, as set out by Lord Leitch, whose report into the skills needs of the UK is expected to be published in the autumn. The event is a must-attend for lifelong learning employers, stakeholders and sector organisations throughout the UK, and will be an ideal networking opportunity for all those committed to lifelong learning, including the further education, higher education, community learning and development, and work based learning sectors, along with libraries, archives and information services.

To register your interest in this event, contact Debbie Young on 020 7324 4364 or e-mail:

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