Presentation on theme: "Skills for Life Support in the Workplace Developing a Flexible Approach."— Presentation transcript:
Skills for Life Support in the Workplace Developing a Flexible Approach
Case Studies One-to-one (Lindum Group, Lincoln) Group teaching (DSG, Newark) Basic Skills Support for NVQ students - blended learning (LCC)
One-to-one College approached by HR Manager at Lindum Group to provide one-to-one tuition for an employee (Gary) company wanted to promote to foreman, but had concerns about poor literacy skills Using H&S at work as a theme, Gary received an hour’s tuition/week Over two year period (05/06) has achieved C&G 3792 Adult Literacy Certificate @ E3 and is now working towards L1
ESOL Support for Eastern European Migrant Workers at DSG, Newark Flexible delivery to accommodate shift patterns Contextualised learning resources/materials 100% success rate for ESOL L1 cohort (12 week course, 36 GLHs) Featured on the LSC’s website as a model of best practice in relation to partnership working and employer engagement!
Numeracy Support for LCC Employees working towards NVQs Dual accreditation (C&G 3792 Adult Numeracy Certificate from E3 to L2) Blended Learning Model (“Sure Skills” + regular tutorials with a SfL specialist) Support available if required from SfL buddies within LCC – trained to L2 (1 st Unit of C&G 9295 + top-up training)