LLUKLifelong Learning UK
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LLUK admitted that a switch to full-time teaching from engineering might involve a reduction in salary.
Estyn's new inspection guidance for 2010 will refer to the need for learning providers to use LLUK's standards in day-to-day operations.
In April 2008, LLUK submitted a draft qualifications framework to the WAG for approval, following the recommendations of an advisory group.
(A new qualifications framework has been in operation in England since September 2007.) A Sector Skills Agreement (SSA) highlighting the common workforce development priorities for the lifelong learning sector has also been published by LLUK. A key recommendation calls for the establishment of a body to support registration and recognition of CPD.
Further discussions between LLUK and WAG are expected during May.
The Sector Skills Council for Lifelong Learning (LLUK) has recently signed an agreement with CILIP to further develop learning opportunities.
Appendices include: (1) Framework of e-learning competences; (2) Dual professional CPD model; (3) Mapping to LLUK (Lifelong Learning UK) professional standards; (4) Sample topic (E-learning: blended learning); and (5) LSN topics of e-learning and functional roles.
The Sector Skills Council for Lifelong Learning - LLUK - has recently signed an agreement with CILIP to further develop learning opportunities in this field.
We see this as the perfect opportunity to build on those traditions by bringing together like-minded people who really want to make a difference for the communities they serve.' www.skillsforjustice.com: Lifelong Learning UK (LLUK):Industries covered: Further education; higher education; community learning and development; libraries, archives and information services, work- based learning.
Determining how the sector responds to the emerging demands of the new Sector Skills Agreement process is also high on the LLUK agenda.
'Lifelong Learning UK holds a unique position in the new network of sector skills councils,' said Michelle Sayers, LLUK national manager for Wales.