We need the opinions of disabled learners involved in Post 16 Vocational Education or Training
At the University of Worcester, we are running a European funded project that aims to offer support to disabled learners in post 16 education and training (excluding university education).
Outcome of the Project
We are going to develop a web resource that will enable learners to get more from their courses so that they will be more likely to get the job they want. We will do this by identifying potential barriers faced by disabled learners and provide resources and information to enable them to overcome these challenges.
How this will be achieved?
In order to make sure the resource meets their needs, we are seeking the views of disabled learners.
How you could help
We would like disabled learners to complete the survey, so would be grateful if you could send the text below in an email to your disabled learners:
We, staff at the Centre for Inclusive Learning Support at the University of Worcester, are running a European Commission funded project that aims to create resources to support disabled learners, such as yourself, in post 16 education and training (excluding university education), and we hope that using these resources will make it easier for you to engage with your course and increase the likelihood that you will be able to get the job you want.
In order to ensure that the resources meet your needs, we really need your views. Please go to the following website to complete our brief questionnaire.
This should take no more than 5 minutes and you could win £50 WHSmith vouchers.
For further information about the Centre for Inclusive Learning Support, please go to www.worc.ac.uk/cils. You will also find information about other projects and online resources that we have developed. If you have any questions or queries, please contact Rachel Russell (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Chris Riley (email@example.com).
Thank you for your time.