Sign up to our monthly e-news update featuring the latest news, courses, resources & career opportunities / Subscribe now

Home » News » Training New Skills for Life Professionals

Training New Skills for Life Professionals

Teacher Training , Professional Development
Skills for Life Network

An LSC/ESF co-financed project that aims to enable unemployed people to qualify as Skills for Life teachers and supporters

  • Beneficiaries must be over 16 years of age and under retirement age, unemployed and living in the Humber sub-region.
  • Skills for Life teacher and supporter training is available across the sub-region at level 2 (Supporting adult learners), level 3 (Subject Support) and level 4 (Subject specialist). A numeracy revision course is also available.
  • Beneficiaries must meet the entry requirements for the course.
  • Support for travel costs, childcare and books may be available.
  • Participation in the training should not affect beneficiary welfare payments.
  • For full details, please contact Nick Hooper, Project Manager, on 01942 466123 or e-mail


Further Information

No further information

Sign up for our e-News Update

You may also like

Tenders update

Tenders Update February 2023

Take a look at Tenders Update February 2023 for an overview of the latest opportunities open to providers of services to the Essential Skills sector.

Funding rate increase for digital skills

Funding rate increase for digital skills

New funding rates for adult provision from academic year 2024 to 2025 will mean that the funding rate for digital skills qualifications will be increased.

CfEM Reimagining FE Maths

CfEM Reimagining FE Maths Conference

The Education and Training Foundation is delighted to open up bookings for its fully subsidised, face-to-face CfEM Reimagining FE Maths conference that will take place on Friday 24 March 2023 10am – 3.30pm in central Birmingham.