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Skills for Life Support Programme (SfLSP)

Skills for Life Network

Successor to the Skills for Life Improvement Programme.

The Skills for Life Improvement Programme came to an end on 31 August 2009. Read the last Update magazine to find out about achievements over the three years of the programme and several articles on provision in the North East.

A new programme, the Skills for Life Support Programme (SfLSP), will be available very shortly. It builds on the successful work of the Skills for Life Improvement Programme (SfLIP), Move On and Extending the Reach and Improving Quality in FLLN (ERIQ) programmes.

Further details of the Skills for Life Support Programme will be available soon. In the meantime you can register your interest to join the new programme by sending your details (Name, Organisation, Address, Telephone, Email address) by email to sflenquiries@cfbt.com. Further details of the programme and information on how to apply will then be sent to you as soon as they are available.

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