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Professional Recognition Learning and Skills (PRLS)

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The PLRS scheme is now available to Skills for Life teachers wishing to become recognised teaching professionals in the learning and skills sector

Professional Recognition Learning and Skills provides an opportunity for Skills for Life practitioners to seek recognition of their knowledge and skills. Following the successful piloting of Professional Recognition Learning and Skills (England) Skills for Life, this scheme is now available to applicants nationwide. The scheme, which is funded by the Department for Education and Skills, is time-limited and will run from September 2006, closing in Summer 2007.

There are two windows of opportunity for applying:

Monday 4th September – Friday 20th October 2006

and

Monday 8th January – Friday 23rd February 2007

For full details, visit the LLUK website.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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