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    Lifepilot wvlln  nov 10 Lifepilot wvlln nov 10 Presentation Transcript

    • Online tools to support Information, Advice and Guidance for those progressing to higher education level study . Elaine Fisher: Lifelong Learning Manger – WVLLN Sue Lewis: - Support for Learners Project Coordinator
    • www.wvlln.ac.uk
    • Aims to… Western Vocational Lifelong Learning Network South Western Lifelong Learning Network Helping adults take the first step to higher education level study. Using vocational qualifications or experience to gain entry A website, aimed at adults, post 21, but with a focus on post 25 – across the South West. www.life-pilot.co.uk
    • www.life-pilot.co.uk I wish this site had existed before I had started my Access course. This is excellent. I think it is a really good starting point for adults thinking about HE
    • Starter questions
    • Recommends resources, offers Profile Builder
    • Profile Builder
    • Profile questions
    • www.life-pilot.co.uk
    • www.life-pilot.co.uk Key facts as of Oct 2010: Since first launch in Jan 2009 - 15,222 visitors, viewing 59,600+ pages. The site gets about 1100 visits a month – in the south west. The most popular pages in the re-launched site are: ‘Start here’ questions (from home page), Find a college or university, Personal Profile, What, where and how to study. 100% of user said Lifepilot had been helpful to them – 80% found useful information, 40% found useful links to other sites, 40% foundir useful to ask an adviser a question. 25% of those returning to site had found a place on a course, 25% explored a college/uni’s website, 25%had made contact with a college or university.
    • www.life-pilot.co.uk Where next? Help adult users match their current experience and skills to the key words and descriptors used in HE – as a tool to support confidence building, applications, APEL. Develop interactive resources to support those offering IAG to adults. Launch Facebook Pages Refresh current tools for study – more interactive resources.