Unit of the Month - November 2014

14th November 2014 Date of publication

Supporting Adult Learning - Unit Code GB2/2/NE/001

Do you work with adults in non-traditional educational environments?Would you like to offer your staff or volunteers some accreditation in this area? If you do, One Awards has a unit that just might be what you are looking for.

Supporting Adult Learning is a Level 2, 6 credit unit that develop learners'  ability to support adult learning.The unit promotes understanding of the  barriers adult learners may face and the impact of inclusive learning  strategies. Additionally, the unit develops knowledge of how to capture and measure achievement.

To view the full details of the unit please click the link below:

Supporting Adult Learning - GB2/2/NE/001

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Providing Mentoring Support   within an Adult Learning Environment21GB7/2/NE/006
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Planning for a   Successful Future23HB1/2/NE/001
Literacy for Teaching   Practitioners (non subject specialists)32GB6/3/NO/004
Numeracy for Teaching   Practitioners (non subject specialists)32GB6/3/NO/005

The One Awards Bespoke Accreditation service has a bank of over 400 units which enables you to package units together to create comprehensive and coherent programmes of learning specific to the needs of you and your learners.

You may decide that a combination of units is unnecessary for your purposes and that you need only one.No problem.There is no requirement to use more than one unit. You decide.

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