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Get On At Work provides some practical steps and solutions for sectors, employers, providers, skills brokers and other relevant stakeholders committed to the development of Skills for Life in the context of the current key drivers of World Class Skills, Train to Gain and the Skills Pledge. From Move On partnership working it is apparent that many stakeholders are clear on what the current Skills for Life objectives and targets are and want to contribute, but depending on levels of knowledge and experience, how to turn commitment into reality isn’t always as clear.

Move On workplace activity with its positive approach to Skills for Life promotion, engagement and delivery has been successful in displacing the remedial deficit culture of ‘basic skills’ with an offer and opportunity for all to develop and modernise literacy, numeracy and language skills in a relevant context with the value added offer of national qualifications. We have harnessed lessons learnt from working with a range of partners to refine our Get On At Work approach into a three-stage support offer linked to employer engagement, supporting development of organisational strategy and a whole organisation approach, and supporting implementation of strategy.

The offer is underpinned by a breadth of approaches and resources which are available to share with all relevant parties to support them practically in taking forward their Skills for Life commitment, development and strategy.

To access free resources to support implementation of the Get On At Work approach click here.

We ask you to log in if you haven't done so, to enable us to offer you free Move On resources in return for collecting a small amount of information from you every few months so that we can evaluate the effectiveness of the programme and give feedback to the Learning and Skills Improvement Service (LSIS) which funds our work.