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Key Skills

The main gateway to all Key Skill Support Programme initiatives, resources and links.

Current Government Policy on Key Skills.

Learning and Skills covers key providers such as further education and sixth form colleges, schools with sixth forms, local authority and adult education institutions and private and voluntary sector providers.

The QCA site giving examples of tests, proxy qualifications and guidance.

The Assessment and Qualifications Alliance (AQA) is the largest of the three English unitary awarding bodies.

Desirable Skills needed to succeed in life can be developed through OCR's Key Skills qualifications available from Level 1 to Level 4.

Edexcel provides a very wide range of qualifications to cater for all needs and learning styles.

The City and Guilds Website.

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ASDAN (Award Scheme Development and Accreditation Network) is an approved awarding body offering a number of programmes and qualifications to develop life skills, from Key Stage 3 through to adult life, from preparatory to Entry Level through to Key Skills at level 4.

A large range of IT Key Skills resources and assignments - cost £25 for access. Address on the site.

Materials for developing IT Key Skills, free on the internet.

A site directed at students. To be used alongside "Back to the Floor" videos.

An early Key Skills site with some materials which could still be useful.

www.keyskillsnorth.net A site for all post-16 education providers in the north of England. Various materials.

Southampton University's Key Skills site. Includes material which might be useful for 6th formers in ""Resources for some Key Skills".

Sponsored by major employers Nestlé, Prudential, Reuters and EDS. An integrated approach to gathering portfolio evidence for Level 3.

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The most comprehensive site for all those with an interest in 14-19 learning.

The main audiences are curriculum managers and teachers in 11-16 schools, schools with sixth forms and all colleges providing for the age group.

There are also sections for students and their parents, careers and personal advisers and employers.

The overarching DfES vision for 14-19 education in the document "Opportunity and Excellence", which can be downloaded.

The website for all Post 16 developments, together with information on programmes supporting Key Skills and Increased Flexibility 14-16.

Research, development, consultations about 14-19 curriculum and qualifications reform led by Tomlinson.

Information about 14-19 case studies, pilots and pathfinders throughout the country.

14-19 Newsletter produced by the 14-19 team at BECTA.

Work-Related Learning

The QCA guidance for implementing the statutory requirement of work related learning for all at key stage 4 from 2004.

This website is run by the Learning and Skills Development Agency and funded by the Department of Education and Skills. It helps schools and colleges to deliver GNVQs, vocational A levels, the new GCSEs and the work-related curriculum at Key Stage 4.

The Work Related Learning Toolkit is a professional development resource for staff involved in WRL in schools, colleges, LEAs, LSCs, Career services/Connexions companies, and EBLOs/EBPs.

Ways for Post 16 students to gain accreditation for the part-time work they undertake, developing key employability skills, and work-related conferences for 14-19 students.

Work related learning for 14-16 year olds. The site aims to raise awareness of current policy and future developments and spread effective practice from actual projects.

This website is designed to give you a background to NVQs- why they exist and how they can help individuals and key players in the employment, training and qualifications world.

OCR's portal to its range of Work-related qualifications.

The BTEC Introductory Certificate and Diploma are designed to widen participation and improve retention and attainment at Level 1 of the National Qualifications Framework.

These Certificates in Skills for Working Life can be offered to post 14 students in schools and colleges. They are Entry level qualifications which offer students a starting point on the National Qualifications Framework.

AQA's Unit Award Scheme. This is not part of the National Qualifications Framework, but has been approved by QCA.

Vocational GCSEs
Leisure & Tourism

National Maritime Museum

NMM Home, books and printed resources (educational packs available).

English Heritage

Comprehensive range of free support materials.

The tourism Society

The Tourism Society promotes and advances professionalism in tourism.


This service aims to provide a trusted source of selected, high quality Internet information for students, lecturers, researchers and practitioners in the areas of hospitality, leisure, sport and tourism.

East Riding of Yorkshire Council

Information for leisure, tourism and culture.

East Riding of Yorkshire Council

East Riding and Hull.

General recreation and tourism

With links to coastal management and the Environment Agency Tourism has an economic and physical influence on the Holderness coast...

The Deep, Hull

The Deep is an environmental and educational charity dedicated to understanding and protecting the world's oceans.

The Royal Armouries, Leeds

Visitors' centre.

Springboard UK

Education programme - Activities and products designed to support the curriculum and to appeal to young people.

Hull's Museums and Art Gallery


Vocational learning

Leisure & Tourism Vocational GCSE Resource.

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