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Sharing quality and good practice in Skills for Life

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Skills for Life Network

A free event open to anyone working with Skills for Life learners in the post-16 public, voluntary and community sector organisations

Sharing quality and good practice in Skills for Life

Friday June 30th 2006

Blossomfield Campus, Solihull College, Blossomfield Road,
Solihull B91 1SB (a five minute walk from Solihull train station)

This FREE event is open to anyone working with Skills for Life learners in post-16 public, voluntary and community sector organisations. It is funded by the DfES Skills for Life Strategy Unit and delivered in collaboration with KPMG.

Delegates can choose from a range of workshops. Workshop titles are:

  • Employer Engagement – provider and employer working together
  • What is exceptional use of ICT in ESOL?
  • SfL funding – pooling what we know and wading around in it
  • Continuing Professional Development in SfL
  • Employer Engagement – provider and employer working together
  • What is exceptional use of ICT in ESOL?
  • Embedding ESOL in vocational areas
  • Continuing Professional Development in SfL Building partnerships to deliver SfL with employers and services
  • Embedding e-learning across the organisation
  • A whole college approach to the SfL curriculum
  • A whole organisation approach to SfL in the voluntary and community sector

For full details and a booking form, see Downloads. Booking forms should be returned by Friday 16th of June 2006.

 

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