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Emma Stagg, of Lifelong Learning UK discusses the National Occupational Standards and how they can be used to support library and information services.

Emma Stagg, of Lifelong Learning UK discusses the National Occupational Standards and how they can be used to support library and information services.

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  • 1. Yes! You Can! Using NOS to support you and your service
  • 2. Overview
    • WHAT are the NOS?
    • WHY are they relevant?
    • HOW can they be used?
  • 3. What are the NOS?
    • A nationally agreed benchmark for staff working in the library sector
    • Specify the standards of performance
    • Set out the skills, knowledge and understanding required to deliver the functions
  • 4. Why are they relevant?
    • Flexible
    • Dependable
    • Cost effective
    • Convenient
    • Recognise achievement
  • 5. Contribution to the workforce
  • 6. How can they be used?
    • Supporting personal development
    • Supporting performance management
    • Supporting workforce development
  • 7. A User Guide
    • Available at www.lluk.org/3543.htm
  • 8. Contact details
    • Emma Stagg
    • Libraries, Archives and Information
    • Services Constituency Manager 
    • [email_address]
    • 07725 203221
    • Marian Healy
    • Sector Manager, Scotland
    • [email_address]
    • 0131 2217910