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An update on developments at Skills for Life Network

Skills for Life Network

Skills for Life Network started life in 2003 as a support website for Skills for Life practitioners based in the north of the country. Initially supported by LSC funding, it has grown to become a key information resource for Skills for Life teachers and supporters across the UK and beyond, with 8000+ members subscribed to the fortnightly e-news updates.

The Skills for Life Network website is now self supporting, and as of 5th February 2008, www.skillsforlifenetwork.com will transfer from ReZolve I.T. Ltd to Skills for Life Network LLP.

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