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Review of e-learning support services for post-16 learning providers in England

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A report on the work of various bodies that provide support services for e-learning and ICT-assisted teaching and training to post-16 learning providers

The report, published by the Learning and Skills Council (LSC) reviews the work of various bodies that are responsible for providing support services for e-learning and ICT-assisted teaching and training to post-16 learning providers. It is based on consultations with and surveys of post-16 learning providers. It calls for a more integrated, co-ordinated approach that will require consolidation and reductions in existing sources of initiatives and advice. It also finds that regional and local services are particularly valuable to providers.

You can access the report on the LSC website.

 

 

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