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Improving Learning in Further Education: Some implications of the TLCFE project

Posted:
05 May 2005
Subjects:
ESOL, Literacy, Numeracy, General Education
Regions:
London

Improving Learning in Further Education: Some implications of the TLCFE project

A one-day seminar and workshop – London, 25th May 2005
TIME:   10.30 to 3.30
PLACE: Browns Courtrooms, St Martins Lane,
London WC2N 4AA

You are invited to attend a one-day seminar and workshop event that will report upon some of the findings and implications of the Transforming Learning Cultures in Further Education project.  The project, which formally comes to an end this summer, sits within the Economic and Social Research Council’s Teaching and Learning Research Programme.   This event is made possible through the joint working relationship of the project and the Learning and Skills Development Agency.

The event is designed principally for FE practitioners and managers, though may also be attractive to other people with an interest in methods and outcomes of research in FE or other parts of the Learning and Skills Sector.  It will include three short talks by key members of the project team, and some group-based discussion of the significance of findings for improving learning in colleges. 

The event is free of charge to participants, though numbers will be limited, and advance booking is essential.  Places will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis, though we reserve the right to re-allocate some places if a particular institution or organisation becomes over-represented.  Lunch and refreshments will be provided.

For a place, please apply to Chris Wyatt at the Learning and Skills Development Agency – Cwyatt@lsda.org.uk BY MONDAY 16th MAY.


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