Duration: 05 September 2006 to 17 October 2006
|As part of the Healthy Labour Market review 2006 process, SLIM conducted a “Review of Level 3 Skills” in the region. This review informs the work of the Regional Skills Partnership, for which Level 3 skills is an important issue.
Level 3 skills are seen as critical in terms of future prosperity, yet it is also an area where the UK lags behind its economic competitors and where our employers report skills gaps.
There was a workshop on the 17th October 2006 at Dillington House.
SLIM Learning Themes bring practitioners, researchers and policy makers together face to face and on-line to exchange ideas, practice and details of what works, where and why. During Theme SLIM researchers:
Resources will be highlighted during an on-line discussion and made available through our website at www.swslim.org.uk.
This Theme culminated in a workshop bringing together participants to reflect on the findings and discussion and to develop recommendations for our Final Report. This will be distributed widely in the region
Research briefs, summarising our research and findings are available.
Download the bulletin which introduced the Theme.
The draft agenda is also available.
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