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We have now completed all the visits to European partners to conduct the mid-point reviews. All partners have now run a minimum of three pilot T4 programmes with a range of different constituencies varying from unemployed people, migrants, prisoners, women at risk and students. Evaluation data from these courses is currently being collated and will be analysed by our external evaluators from Bath Spa University.

Participants in Bulgaria

Assessing What Worked

In all cases the sessions went well although of course there were variations with some sessions going better than others. An initial impression of factors which influenced the relative success of programmes were: the maturity of the participants, the facility of the participants with the host language and the capacity of participants to work away from their natural learning styles. We will present a fuller ... more

Hyatt

Talent 4 Europe Conference Event, July 2014

On the subject of the July conference, this will take place over two days at the Hyatt Regency Hotel, Birmingham UK. On July 22 the partners will meet to compare and contrast the results of their pilot programmes. On July 23 we will open the conversation about talent up to a wider audience with some special outside guests and with the general public invited. ... more

Feedback

Talent 4... Manual Extract

TRANSFERABILITY Talents are transferable, also. This is an important premise for Talent 4... This is not about saying, you have a talent for only one thing, you can only do one job. In prison you may come across those who believe they only have talent for one thing: crime. Why? Because that's all they've done and they don't imagine anyone would want to ... more

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