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Not just a number : the role of basic skills programmes in the changing workplace.

Research output: Working paper

Unpublished

Publication date06/1993
Number of pages202
Original languageEnglish

Abstract

This project investigated developments in basic education in the workplace, by means of a general review of the national and international context, case studies of programmes within companies and a survey of employers in the North West of England. A variety of research methods were used in this project: observation, interviews, questionnaires and telephone interviews. In addition residential writing and video-making weekends brought together students from different workplaces to compare and document their experiences. Funded by the Leverhulme Trust 1991-1993.

Bibliographic note

Also uploaded is the collection of adult learners writing generated from the residential writing weekend and edited by Fiona Frank.