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Sharing quality and good practice in Skills for Life

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A free event in London on the 10th of March

Sharing quality and good practice in Skills for Life

Friday March 10th 2006

Tower Hamlets College, Poplar High St,
London E14 0AF (next to Poplar DLR 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.

A wide range of workshops is on offer, covering topics including CPD, exceptional use of ICT in Numeracy and Funding issues.

Full details and a booking form can be found in Downloads.

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