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Review of Skills for Life Core Curricula

Inspection & Quality
Key Documents , Core Curriculum
Skills for Life Network

The Quality Improvement Agency is seeking an organisation to carry out a review of the practical use of the Core Curricula

‘The QIA is seeking an organisation to carry out a review of the practical use of the Core Curricula for Adult Literacy, Adult Numeracy and the Adult Pre-entry curricula in the planning and delivery of teaching and learning to ensure that they remain fit for purpose. The successful organisation will have the opportunity to put forward plans for the revision of the curricula. Full tendering information is available from the QIA website.’

 

Source: QIA

 

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