Based in North Yorkshire, The Skills Network brings together a team of industry experts who together are revolutionising the e-learning sector.
We deliver technology-enabled training and skills solutions to 100+ organisations worldwide, providing bespoke training and support services to colleges, schools, employers and individuals. We produce and publish market-leading learning resources in-house, utilising our award-winning online learning platform, EQUAL.
The Peter Roberts Collab Group Bursary (@collabgrp) is an award for outstanding achievement. This year we are pleased to announce Tanaya Singh of @BedfordCollege and Shahzeb Hashmi of The Sheffield College (@sheffcol) as the winners. Both winners demonstrated tremendous resilience in overcoming adversity and a strong commitment to learning and skills development. We congratulate both Tanaya and Shahzeb for their success in securing this award.
The @SkillsNetworkUK’s Free Solution to Accelerate Providers’ Online Delivery
Leading learning technology provider, The Skills Network (TSN), has today (12 Aug) announced that it will permanently offer its learning platform for free, in order to help accelerate a quality benchmark within the education and corporate industry.
Leading online learning provider @SkillsNetworkUK (TSN) has launched the first subject specific online diagnostic and curriculum planning tool of its kind to support the further education (#FE) sector.
With so much uncertainty and disruption to classrooms, it has been difficult to deliver key post-16 tutorials in recent months
For many colleges, sixth forms and training providers, it’s been tricky to adapt.
@SkillsNetworkUK (TSN), a leading online training provider, has announced the appointment of Mark Dawe as new Chief Executive, with effect from 17 August 2020.
Mark has spent the last 4 years as Chief Executive of AELP (The Association of Employment and Learning Providers) and holds a wealth of leadership experience across the education sector.
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