Research and analysis
Prior qualifications of adults on Skills for Life courses: 2010 to 2011
Findings of research into prior qualification levels of adults undertaking Skills for Life courses in 2010 to 2011. BIS research paper 117D.
Ref: BIS/13/P196 PDF, 1.64MB, 104 pages
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The research covers adult learners (aged 19 plus) undertaking Skills for Life courses in literacy, numeracy and English for speakers of other languages (ESOL). It also includes adult learners undertaking:
- Skills for Life courses funded as mainstream classroom-based Adult Learner Responsive (ALR) provision
- courses in a work setting, funded under the Train to Gain service
The survey was conducted between October and December 2011, and included over 4,400 learners.