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Skills for Life contracts awarded

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Skills for Life Network

The Quality Improvement Agency has now awarded contracts in respect of the Skills for Life Improvement Programme, a review of the core curricula and Pre-entry framework and the delivery of Move On Up

‘Following a recent invitation to tender process, the QIA is delighted to be able to announce the award of the following Skills for Life contracts.

A CfBT led consortium has been awarded the Skills for Life Improvement Programme contract.

LLU+ led consortium has been awarded a contract to carry out a review of the Core Curricula and the Pre – entry framework.

Tribal CTAD has been awarded a contract to deliver Move On Up.’

Source: www.qia.org.uk

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