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Creating inclusive learning environments and experiences

Considerations to enable participation in learning

Skills Funding Agency website

Link to the Skills Funding Agency pages on the Gov.UK website. The SFA is one of two successor agencies to the Learning and Skills Council (LSC) which ceased on 31st March 2010. It is an executive agency of the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills.The SFA funds skills training for further education (FE) in England. It supports over 1,000 colleges, private training organisations, and employers with £3.7 billion of funding each year. 

 

Take Ten People (TTP): local address book and action planning

Archived resource

Part of the Take Ten People box set - a collection of resources designed to support:

Should I say? A detailed guide for young people

A detailed guide to help learners think about whether or not to disclose their mental health difficulty to their learning provider

This resource is also available in different formats:

Should I say? A short guide for young people

A short guide to help learners think about whether or not to disclose their mental health difficulty to their learning provider

This resource is also available in different formats:

Should I say? A detailed audio guide for learners

A detailed audio guide to help learners think about whether or not to disclose their mental health difficulty to their learning provider

This resource is also available in different formats:

Should I say? An easy read guide for young learners

An easy read guide to help young learners think about whether or not to disclose their mental health difficulty to their learning provider

This resource is also available in different formats:

Should I say? An easy read guide for adult learners

An easy read guide to help adult learners think about whether or not to disclose their mental health difficulty to their learning provider.

This resource is also available in different formats:

DfE Green Paper 'Support and Aspiration: A New Approach to Special Educational Needs and Disability'

Described as 'the biggest programme of reform in the education and health support for children with special educational needs (SEN) and disabilities in 30 years, this much awaited Green Paper 'Support and Aspiration: A New Approach to Special Educational Needs and Disability' was published today for consultation. It seeks to address:

Supporting people with personality disorder in FE

This briefing sheet is about how further education providers can support people with personality disorder to access and succeed in learning and skills opportunities. It is intended for managers, teachers and support assistants working within the FACES sector, including offender learning. Health and social care and third sector providers of services for people with personality disorder who want to make adult education an option available to users of their services and to people who have personality disorder may also find the briefing of interest.

Back on Track

This is the first year report from the pioneering Back on Track project developed in Portsmouth between Headspace Early Intervention Service and Highbury College. It inspired the Back on Track 2 project.

See all of the resources in the Back on Track collection

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