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Skills for Life Network

The team are busy finalising day 3. We are really looking forward to seeing you all again at either:

  • Cohort 1: 9 November Birmingham IBIS
  • Cohort 2: 16 November, Leeds Novotel
  • Cohort 3: 23 November, Birmingham IBIS
Alice in Wonderland

We are delighted to have a 95% retention rate and are sorry not to see four of our colleagues return due to staff changes, sickness and not enough maths cover!

We have lots planned including a workshop on impact, an opportunity for you to review the progress you’re making with your small-scale quality improvement project in groups of 4-5, a Time to Think Council facilitated by Lou, a preview of our cracking AP Practical Guides, and a riveting session on influencing and getting buy in from key ‘stakeholders’. 

Enjoy!

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