Making the Transition: From Skills for Life and Key Skills to Functional Skills seminars, September & October 2012
Date posted: 16 August 2012
Making the Transition: From Skills for Life and Key Skills to Functional Skills
Thursday 13 September 2012
Thursday 4 October 2012
Event fees (includes tea/coffee and a sandwich lunch):
£99 (NIACE members)
Managers and practitioners currently delivering Key Skills and Skills for Life who are preparing for the transition to Functional Skills.
Participants who have attended this seminar said:
"The session has removed some of the fear factors about Functional Skills."
"I found out how the transition to Functional Skills will affect my approach. I know the areas I need to consider with colleagues in order to ensure that we make the transition as smoothly as possible."
"[I found out] where to go and who to contact to answer concerns regarding Functional Skills delivery, the exact criteria to follow."
"Just what we needed..."
"The messages were clear and I loved the approach..."
• To raise awareness about the policy context for Functional Skills.
By the end of the seminar delegates will have had the opportunity to:
• discuss the implications of making the transition from Key Skills/Skills for Life to Functional Skills;
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