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Local Livelihoods is arranging two one-day workshops to help develop a common and shared understanding of the meaning of "generic skills" for regeneration and sustainable communities
The Egan Review recommended that a set of "generic skills" for regeneration and sustainable communities be established. The workshop is about understanding and interpreting the way that works within your local situation. This is part of on-going research into the potential for and feasibility of Local Learning Centres. We are holding 2 one day events and invite both users and providers of local learning for regeneration to come and develop a common and shared understanding of the meaning of "generic skills".
The aim of the workshop is to:
- meet other organisations involved with local learning in the South West
- share experiences of both supplying learning and receiving learning
- exchange thoughts and critiques of the existing provision
- create a shared practical understanding of the Egan Review's "generic skills"
- develop pragmatic ideas of how these translate into learning and training sets
The two events will be the same so please choose the one nearest to you. The event is free and all information gathered will be available to all participants. If you wish to attend please fill in the attendance Booking Form, or to find out more, or make a comment if you cannot attend, please email us. As a starting point please find the file "Definitions of generic skills" from the Egan Review, attached.
The events will be held in;
Central Bristol - 11th January 06 - 10am to 3.30pm
Central Plymouth - 13th January 06 - 10am to 3.30pm
Location and further information will be sent once we have received a booking form.
Download the: event booking form
Download the: Egan generic skills summary
Contact: Sally Hunt or Freer Spreckley on 01497 831770, or email@example.com