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Learners' resources

There is a diverse range of training methods right at your fingertips.

One of the key principles of the adult training scheme is flexibility. It's available to you whenever you want it. The scheme gives you the opportunity to learn at a time and place convenient to you.

Make the most of the adult training scheme to see what you can discover.

Learning Materials

Key Documents for Adult Training


Details of the key changes from previous versions of these documents can be found in the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs).


Creating a Personal Learning Plan

Once you have agreed your role description with your line manager, you will need to create a plan for your training called a Personal Learning Plan (PLP) before starting your training. This should be created and agreed in partnership with your Training Adviser.

The Adults Personal File will be a useful guide to help you to assess the skills and knowledge you already have and decide additional learning you need to complete.

Although the completion of the Young Leaders’ Scheme cannot be used as automatic validation for any module, it should be acknowledged and taken into consideration when agreeing the personal learning plan. The factsheet below is a useful guide to help identify the skills you may have gained through completion of the Young Leader's Scheme.

Prior Learning Gained in the Young Leaders' Scheme (FS330094) (PDF)

 

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