Skills Council aims for more access to e-learning

The
Learning and Skills Council (LSC) has unveiled a new strategy to broaden access
to e-learning and is calling for more co-operation between private and public
sectors.

The
LSC wants to widen access to e-skills and information and communications
technology (ICT) and has published a report outlining the challenges that need
to be overcome to achieve this.

The
report claims that e-skills are largely confined to further education colleges
and the LSC wants to introduce more access to e-learning in workplace.

Bob
Fryer, chairman of the LSC’s Distributed and Electronic Learning Group said he
was focusing on support, investment and planning to offer the best e-learning
provision.

www.lsc.gov.uk

By Ross Wigham

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