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The Network Annual Conference

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A few places are still available at The Network for Workplace Language, Literacy and Numeracy annual conference on the 8th and 9th of February

The Network for Workplace Language, Literacy and Numeracy: 8th Annual Residential Conference

‘The Whole Organisation Approach to Workplace Skills for Life’

8th & 9th February 2006
The Radisson SAS, Liverpool

The central feature of the conference will be the presentation of the business case for a whole organisation approach and how it can be delivered. Along with hearing from major employers, delegates will also hear about the national context and the Government’s current and future engagement with this increasingly important agenda.

The keynote speakers will be:

– Phil Hope MP, The Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Skills
– Paul Holme, Regional Skills Director, LSC North West

And providing an employer’s perspective, there will be keynote speeches from:
– Neil Scales, Chief Executive and Director General, Merseytravel
– Peter Keith, Training Manager, Walkers Crisps

RESIDENTIAL
Fully Subscribed Members Rate: £300
Non-Members Rate: £360

NON-RESIDENTIAL
Fully Subscribed Members Rate: £240
Non-Members Rate: £275

For full conference details contact:
Anne-Marie or Jane at the Network on 01524 594282 or visit: www.thenetwork.co.uk

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