Presentation on theme: "HELP Higher Education Learner Preparation A resource tool for Advisors."— Presentation transcript:
HELP Higher Education Learner Preparation A resource tool for Advisors
HELP Structure Getting Started – a Guide to the HELP materials and Resource Basics for New Advisors Welfare Financial Advice Carers Transport Disability Support Personal Development Motivation/ Confidence Building Qualifications, Skills And Interests Communication Learning Skills Learning Styles & Strategies Learning & Thinking Skills Reading, Writing and Note Taking Exam and Revision Skills IT Skills for Study Core Maths and English Skills Sector-related IAG Museums, Archives, Libraries and Information Services Sustainable Construction
Who is it for? All Advisors working to help students progress to HE New Advisors wanting a clear introduction to reliable, online resources Advice Officers wishing to develop or enhance their own IAG resource bank
HELP resources can be used to… Provide quick links to a range of on-line sites for advising from your desk or on the move. Create customised lists of resources for students and/or other advisors that can then be printed out or sent via email. Further develop or enhance your own institution’s IT Advice system - transferring all or part of the resource as needed.
Extra HELP The HELP Development pages provide quick solutions to finding and collating resource lists.
Further HELP The HELP Development pages can also assist those wishing to create a customised resource tailored to their institution’s own IT system.
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