The Functional Skills reform programme has been live for almost a month now, and the Education and Training Foundation, Pye Tait Consulting and the Learning and Work Institute want your input.
Following the close of the first stage of the reform programme on 7 April, updated National Adult Literacy and Numeracy Standards will be released which are to include new suggested levels and qualification breadth for Functional Skills, and recommended number of guided learning hours for successful achievement of the qualifications. So how can you get involved?
Practitioners, you can register your interest in the process by visiting the Pye Tait website.
Employers, you can complete the Employer survey now.
If you’re attending The Skills Conference on 8 March, you’ll be able to have your say on the day.