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Learning and Skills Improvement Service

Exhibitor - The Learning and Skills Improvement Service (LSIS) is a sector-owned public body, established by the UK government on 1 October 2008 as the result of a merger between two highly successful national sector bodies – the Centre for Excellence in Leadership (CEL – www.centreforexcellence.org.uk ) and the Quality Improvement Agency (QIA – www.qia.org.uk). The role of LSIS is to support the government’s skills agenda by raising standards of leadership, management and teaching and learning across the vocational education, skills and lifelong learning sector...

 

The Learning and Skills Improvement Service (LSIS) is a sector-owned public body, established by the UK government on 1 October 2008 as the result of a merger between two highly successful national sector bodies – the Centre for Excellence in Leadership (CEL – www.centreforexcellence.org.uk ) and the Quality Improvement Agency (QIA – www.qia.org.uk).  
 
The role of LSIS is to support the government’s skills agenda by raising standards of leadership, management and teaching and learning across the vocational education, skills and lifelong learning sector. This sector, which employs some 1 million staff, is responsible for delivering the employability skills critical to the government’s agenda for maximising national economic prosperity and productivity. As well as its sector-wide strategic role in research and policy development, LSIS is responsible for contracting and delivering a huge range of professional development programmes and bespoke services for whole institutions, governors, senior managers, teaching and support staff.
 
LSIS sits at the heart of a network of national agencies with complementary responsibilities for quality improvement and standards in the learning and skills sector.
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