This study analyses the learning needs of adult refugee learners with low-level language and literacy skills. The project identified educational strategies for teaching these learners and a teaching resource has been developed.
This project identified the literacy and numeracy needs of trainees in order for them to complete their qualifications.
It surveyed trainers, advisors, employers and trainees to better understand and resource the learning process.
The research project describes the process from development of a quality programme of study in automotive engineering through to management of a consortium of institutes of technology and polytechnics offering the programme in different geographical regions.
This project seeks to understand how the provision of mentoring training for apprentices, coordinators and supervisors influences the success of apprentice’s learning journey. The report explores six key mentoring themes, proposes a mentoring model and outlines a mentoring training with associated resources.
This project investigated how Primary ITO trainees with dyslexia can be supported in the workplace and the classroom. The project report included a dyslexia support packages and training guides for trainees, employers, ITO field staff and training providers.