Breaking Through the Barriers

Learning changes lives It also changes attitudes, provides better job prospects, transforms personal situations and breathes a new confidence into learners However, many people are still not feeling the benefit of learning the joy of reading to their children, the discovery of a new talent, or the simple pleasure of acquiring a whole new range of skills.Breaking ThrougLearning changes lives It also changes attitudes, provides better job prospects, transforms personal situations and breathes a new confidence into learners However, many people are still not feeling the benefit of learning the joy of reading to their children, the discovery of a new talent, or the simple pleasure of acquiring a whole new range of skills.Breaking Through the Barriers shows how we can overcome some of the barriers faced by disabled people, by older people, women, and those identifying as lesbian, gay, bisexual or trans or as black and minority ethnic There is practical advice showcased by the case studies and also at the end of the publication.We hope that Breaking Through the Barriers will inspire employers to help remove some of the barriers to learning, empower learners to break down the barriers to their progress and give union learning reps and others the confidence to open up access to learning to all.
Breaking Through the Barriers Learning changes lives It also changes attitudes provides better job prospects transforms personal situations and breathes a new confidence into learners However many people are still not feeling t

  • Title: Breaking Through the Barriers
  • Author: Frances O'Grady Anne Madden Scarlett Harris Frances Rafferty Geraldine Healy Davinder Sandhu Kwasi Agyemang-Prempeh Wendy Fletcher
  • ISBN: 9781850069294
  • Page: 288
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Breaking Through the Barriers”

    1. A good resource for employees and employers looking for a quick introduction to workplace learning. My own contribution, 'HIV 24/7/365' came out of an exhibition for World AIDS Day I came up with in the summer of 2011 when I was a union rep for my office and persuaded the rest of the branch to get involved in making it a reality, first in the office and then out in the community. The rest of the book is full of insightful stories, tales and anecdotes about how people have inspired others to lear [...]

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