The Resource Directory is a new section on the site. It will help you find suppliers of Skills for Life resources and access information on their products and services. Look out for more suppliers coming soon.
This online CPD module, from the Enhance Digital Teaching Platform, will help you learn about the benefits and ways of using augmented reality (AR) with your learners.
Developed to support EU Code Week, this free online course aims to help you understand the importance of integrating coding and computational thinking into your teaching, for any subject. The course is for beginners with no previous knowledge of coding.
This free, online course aims to help you consider the impact of digital technologies on health, relationships and society, and enable you to develop strategies for dealing with information overload, devising a positive digital identity, and for positive online participation.
This BBC website aims to explain the world of work, with advice from people who've found the right path for them, and useful sections on CV writing and interviews.
The Post-16 Phonics Approaches Toolkit is designed to support practitioners exploring the use of phonics approaches with post-16 learners. It introduces resources created specifically for adult learners, explains how to put post-16 phonics approaches into practice in different settings, and explores how to adjust pace and sequence.
This booklet provides ideas and inspiration from five projects awarded funding with the aim of developing outstanding teaching, learning and assessment through digital creativity.
The National Literacy Trust and Penguin Talks have produced a free teaching resource inspired by Michelle Obama’s bestselling memoir, Becoming, that aims to boost learners' literacy skills, leadership abilities and confidence.
Free online courses from the Open University. Digital skills development courses include: Introduction to cyber security, Take your teaching online, Living with the internet and Simple coding.
These free online courses from the Education and Training Foundation are divided into two categories: one to help you improve your personal digital skills and the other to help you apply digital skills in teaching and learning.
The Enhance Digital Teaching Platform from the Education and Training Foundation is designed to help develop your teaching and training practice using technology.
The Digital Garage offers free learning content with a focus on data technology, digital marketing and career development. Online modules cover topics ranging from the fundamentals of coding to how to land a job online.
BBC Click aims to provide a user-friendly guide to the latest technology news, issues, gadgets and apps.
Accenture Digital Skills is a free, interactive series of courses which help and prepare people to build the digital skills necessary to gain a job or start a business.
A review of legacy and current websites with information on the practice Key Skills/National Adult Literacy and Numeracy Tests
Functional skills qualifications in English, mathematics and ICT are available at Entry 1, Entry 2 and Entry 3, level 1 and level 2. This section of the Excellence Gateway website gives an overview of the qualifications and of the assessment outcomes for qualifications at each level.
This collection sets out rules and regulations for functional skills qualifications.
This set of diagnostic assessment materials for literacy, language and numeracy (Entry 1 to Level 2) was a national development in 2002. Included are materials for assessing learners on the pre-entry curriculum framework (Milestones 4-8) and materials for assessing the need for support for dyslexia.
There is no nationally developed initial assessment tool designed specifically for functional skills. However, this information on the Excellence Gateway legacy website provides pointers to enable you to develop your own assessment tool.
Pearson is the UK's most trusted learning partner and publishes resources for primary and secondary schools, colleges, adult learners and libraries. The Functional Skills Teaching and Learning Disks for apprentices, vocational and adult learners provide practical teaching support and resources to help you deliver the functional skills qualifications.
The Basic Skills Agency supported the development of effective programmes of literacy, language and numeracy learning for adults, young people and children, and produced a wide range of resources to support maths and English skills development.
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