NIACE policy seminar on 16 October 2012: ESOL for Life and Employment
A NIACE Good Practice Seminar
Event fees (includes tea/coffee and sandwich lunch):
NB: NIACE does not charge VAT on conference or course fees
ESOL providers have to respond to two apparently contradictory messages on how to measure and evaluate the quality of their provision. The tension is between existing measures of success based on exam outcomes and a more recent emphasis on employability and assisting learners, particularly those referred by JCP, into employment.
How do we square this circle? This seminar will explore this tension and hear from ESOL providers who believe they have found a way forward.
NIACE has invited representatives from the Department of Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) and the Department of Work and Pensions (DWP) to participate in this good practice seminar.
The seminar aims to:
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