Workplace Learning Advocates

Workplace Learning Advocates is an initiative funded by The Dept for Business Innovation & Skills and is intended to help non unionised organisations up skill their staff and promote a learning culture in the workplace.  The initiative has been operating since 2004 in the North West, however, is now offered nationally. 
 
The scheme is now being launched in Yorkshire by offering our 2 hour, on-line, WLA course to interested companies.    The course is designed to give an overview of government supported educational/ training programmes as well as an insight into funding for skills and workforce development.   There is no charge to take part.  
 
After completing the course, companies receive updates on new sources of funding and will also have free access to a range of learning material on work related topics such as  Customer Care, Developing Interviewing Skills, Leading Team Meeting etc. 
 
The course can be completed on an individual basis from any computer with internet access or alternatively could be completed in a group situation if a number of companies could be brought together.
 
For more information;  www.wlas.org.uk
 
Graham Johnston
Workplace Learning Advocates
T  07791 639 196
graham@learningadvocates.co.uk
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