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School staff benefit from a spell in the classroom

STAFF at a specialist college for the performing arts, languages and training are progressing up the path of career development thanks to Solihull College.

STAFF at a specialist college for the performing arts, languages and training are progressing up the path of career development thanks to Solihull College.

A total of 24 employees at Langley School have undertaken NVQ training provided by the college in adult literacy, adult numeracy and support work in schools.

Headteacher at Langley, Valerie Duffy-Cross, said her staff are already putting their newly-acquired skills and knowledge to good use.

“The resources and expertise of Solihull College is helping to change Langley,” she said.

“With four members of staff gaining an NVQ2 in adult literacy, 11 having embarked on their NVQ2 in adult numeracy and nine completing level 2 support work in schools qualification, staff have been made aware of their own abilities and keen for progression.”

The training programmes were delivered on site by Solihull College staff, in order to provide learners with a completely practical experience to enable them to put their skills to good use.

 

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