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Using ICT to Deliver Literacy, Language and Numeracy Programmes

Digital Skills
Skills for Life Network

Annual NIACE/NATFHE conference 2006

Tuesday 9 May 2006


Britannia Street Conference Centre
27 Britannia Street
Near Kings Cross/St. Pancras

London WC1X 9JP

‘ICT is an increasing feature of Literacy, Language and Numeracy (LLN) teaching, as a tool for delivery, as a learning resource, and now as one of the skills for life.


At this joint NIACE & NATFHE conference, there will opportunities to get hands-on experience of a number of new learning materials and approaches, the chance to discuss the process of embedding with a college who has piloted the approach, and our keynote speaker will outline the ICT Skill for Life approach.


The conference aims to enable LLN practitioners to:

  • become more familiar with the role that ICT and e-learning can play in their practice
  • consider how ICT Skill for Life may be embedded within LLN programmes.


The conference will be of interest to LLN practitioners, staff from colleges, Local Authorities, voluntary and community organisations.’


If you would like to reserve a place online for conference Ref C13-26 click here.


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