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Information on Skills for Life and Functional Skills from the SFA

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Information on Skills for Life and Functional Skills on the Skills Funding Agency website

The Skills Funding Agency (SFA) website now contains a compendium of information and fact sheets on Skills for Life and Functional Skills.

Information on the website includes:

  • an overview of the role of the Skills Funding Agency
  • FAQ’s on Functional Skills and Skills for Life
  • links to a Functional Skills Update, Functional Skills question and answer paper and Functional Skills funding table
  • a fact sheet on new requirements for naturalisation/citizenship and demonstrating knowledge of language and life in the UK
  • a fact sheet on ensuring learners with literacy and language learning needs are placed on the most appropriate provision
  • a fact sheet on delivering Embedded literacy, language (English for Speakers of Other Languages – ESOL) and numeracy in post-16 vocational programmes

To view the information, visit the Skills Funding Agency website.

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