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The Network’s 9th National Conference

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Skills for Life Network

‘Demand-Led? Meeting Employers’ Skills for Life Needs’ 7th February 2007, Nottingham

Demand-Led? Meeting Employers’ Skills for Life Needs

Wednesday 7th February 2007
Crowne Plaza Nottingham
10am – 4.30pm

At this conference, we will be looking at the challenging post Leitch Review landscape and how stakeholders with established provision in both private and public sector workplaces will develop innovative Skills for Life strategies and partnerships within the Skills agenda to meet the needs of different employers.

There will be Keynote speeches from Richard Beamish, Chief Executive at Asset Skills and Alistair Pearson, Inspection Manager for the Adult Learning Inspectorate. There will also be a series of workshops to choose from plus a wide range of stands in the marketplace*.

Delegate Rates

Network members: £90
Non-Network members: £115

For further information and registration please visit The Network website.

*Organisations wishing to display materials in the marketplace should contact Sarah Mills on 01524 592274.

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