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SUNIVOT Project

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SUNVOT

This three year Leonardo da Vinci Pilot project is managed by Wakefield College and involves five other delivery partners in Lithuania, Greece, Sweden, Germany and Finland as well as the Learning & Skills Council West Yorkshire.

The key objective is to help people achieve higher levels of success in gaining vocational qualifications.

To achieve this, SUNIVOT has produced:

  • An audit and analysis of the numeracy skills required in selected vocational sectors.
  • Four numeracy assessment packages contextualised to vocational areas.
  • Four packages of training materials to support the development of vocationally relevant numeracy skills.

You can find out more about SUNIVOT and access the project audit, assessment and training resources at the SUNIVOT website.

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