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Strengthening student skills and potential


The FE sector is tough. Institutions face squeezed budgets and intensifying local competition. Long-term survival and success still rests upon how effectively staff can develop relevant skills in their students. A way to do this is to create different, concurrent educational approaches.


Various aged students in library studying together

Different approaches


Individuals learn and communicate differently. Embracing this diversity builds engagement and drives achievement.

Characteristics of effective skill development

Two students with different needs studying

Be learner-centric


Embrace learners’ differing pace, style and demonstration of capability.

Middle-aged teacher assisting adult student on computer

Be outcome-based


Define learning outcomes clearly and track progress meticulously.

Adult students in computer class

Differentiate at touchpoints


Design curriculum elements and communications by individual need.

Students and teacher discussing coursework

Build in flexibility


Build learning infrastructure with the capacity for ongoing change.

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