A Beginners Guide to Functional Skills for Families
Date posted: 18 July 2012
18 September 2012, 10am-3pm
Identifying and addressing Functional Skills needs are crucial to support wider learning and deliver accessible and differentiated learning opportunies for families. This workshop is for people working with individuals who present Functional Skills needs and practitioners looking to review and develop their skills strategy and offer.
Benefits from attending:
* Gain a clear understanding of what is meant by Functional Skills, the scale of need and the policy context in which this work is delivered.
* Understand the impact that poor skills have on everyday life including personal life and employment.
* Gain an awareness of the Core Curriculum for literacy and numeracy
* Gain the knowledge to identify Functional Skills needs and be aware of the strategies that can be implemented to support learners
Full details and how to book:
See the full workshop details and book a place by visiting the Campaign for Learning's event page or contact Eva Amalathas on 020 7798 6067 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more infomation including discounts.