Alan Mould, Director of the Lancashire Lifelong Learning Network (LLN) presented an IPod touch to Uraish Ahmed and Tanisha Eatough, the two winners of the draw, from students who had given feedback on the LLN‚‚ā¨‚ĄĘs passports to HE and its online progression tool, Visaroute. Alan Mould commented that ‚‚ā¨ŇďThe Lancashire Lifelong Learning Network exists to develop progression routes for vocational and work based learners into and through Higher Education. We have developed a number of resources to provide information, advice and guidance to such learners including our ‚‚ā¨ŇďPassports to HE‚‚ā¨¬Ě giving information about progression routes and our unique online progression tool, Visaroute, which maps every progression route in Lancashire between our partner colleges, universities and work based learning providers. We are always looking for feedback from learners as to how we can improve and develop these resources and have used the feedback to enhance our products. I am delighted to present these IPods to the two winners of our draw.‚‚ā¨¬Ě
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Burnley College‚‚ā¨‚ĄĘs Engineering Apprenticeships have been awarded IMechE status, meaning they are now Eng Tech accredited.
An advanced apprentice from Burnley College Sixth Form Centre and the College itself have been recognised in the Building and Allied Trades Joint Industrial Council‚‚ā¨‚ĄĘs Apprentice of the Year competition.
Landmark agreement signed to boost skills. Eighteen of Lancashire‚‚ā¨‚ĄĘs leading post-sixteen educators have joined forces to help boost the region‚‚ā¨‚ĄĘs drive for economic recovery.