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WoLLNET project to use BTL e-Assessment tools

Shipley, United KingdomLearning NewsBTL

BTL is delighted to announce that it will be the ‘Technology’ partner in the Workplace Literacy, Language and Numeracy Evaluation Toolkit Project (WoLLNET).

The project will be funded by the European Commission's Leonardo da Vinci Sub programme (57.2%), the London Development Agency (21.4%), and the Learning and Skills Council (21.4%).

The aim of the 2 year project is to research, trial and develop a web-based, user friendly toolkit that will enable employers, providers and unions to evaluate the impact of workplace basic skills (Literacy, Language and Numeracy) training programmes on learning, individual work performance and organisational performance.

BTL will be providing the project with a website, evaluation, analysis and reporting tools. For the project, BTL will be joining partners from Austria, Germany, Czech Republic, Romania and Switzerland.

Dominic Rapley, WoLLNET project co-ordinator, from Skills for Work states, "We are absolutely delighted to have BTL as a technical partner in this exciting, innovative and important project. Their experience and expertise in creating web-based tools has already played a vital role by broadening our view of what this project will be able to achieve."

For further information about this project please visit