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Introductory training in adult literacies (ITALL): evaluation report on pilot training programme

Barr, A. and Jones, Jane (2003) Introductory training in adult literacies (ITALL): evaluation report on pilot training programme. Working paper. Scottish Community Development Centre.

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Abstract

A Report of an evaluation of three of the pilot training programmes applying the ITALL training pack prepared by the National Training Project Literacies Team in Communities Scotland, conducted during the first six months of 2003 in Glasgow City, Aberdeen City and Dumfries and Galloway Councils. The study was commissioned in February 2003 by Learning Connections Adult Literacies, Communities Scotland, and undertaken by researchers from the Scottish Community Development Centre.