BIS research paper number 35.
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This research paper presents the findings of research into the skills and qualification levels of adults on adult learner responsive (ALR) learning provision in 2009 to 2010. The research aimed to understand the extent to which investment in ALR learning provision is being directed toward up-skilling individuals with lower skill levels.