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Teacher Training Information on the Web

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Skills for Life Network

A brief review of Skills for Life teacher training information available on the web

The Lifelong Learning UK (LLUK) website has a comprehensive Skills for Life FAQ section. Questions range from ‘What is Skills for Life?’ and ‘What is the Skills for Life Strategy’ to ‘I want to be an adult ESOL teacher. What qualifications do I need?’ and ‘Where can I find an up to date list of approved courses?’.

You’ll also find useful FAQ’s and information sections for existing and aspiring Skills for Life teachers and supporters on the http://www.talent.ac.uk/content.asp?CategoryID=732.

Course information

A list of approved courses can be found on the LLUK site. The Learning and Skills Council Skills for Life Quality Initiative website has a Course Finder.

There are also regional SfLQI sites with links through to key contacts and regional professional development websites. You’ll find that the the North East and the Yorkshire and the Humber SfLQI sites display information from the respective Regional Training Directories at www.getonnortheast.org.uk and www.skillsforlifenetwork.com.

The North West Professional Development Project website has information on courses on offer across the North West. The ACER website has an ‘Available Training” section for the East of England region.

There are 30+ websites listed in the Professional Development folder of the Links section at www.skillsforlifenetwork.com Several of these are LSC supported Professional Development Unit websites. You’ll find these in the Links attached to this article.

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