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Further education and skills

Becta takes the national lead in supporting the Further education and skills sector to maximise value and transform learning through the effective and creative use of technology.

Communities

You can join many online communities supported by Becta. Each community focuses on a different aspect of ICT in education. Communities are great places to become involved in:

  • sharing knowledge, advice, expertise and experiences with colleagues and peers
  • exchanging different professional views and opinions
  • fostering change in the education ICT community
  • Becta events and follow up discussion.

Details of our communities of interest to the further education and skills sector are below.

 
 
Consultation on ICT services documents [ARCHIVED]
Make comments and leave feedback on our new ICT services documents.
Article published 10 November 2009

 
FE and skills collaboration space
The FE and skills collaboration space enables all partners and providers to engage in conversation with Becta and each other, download useful materials, share information and resources, and ...
Community published 23 March 2009

 
Apollo mailing list (ACL)
The Apollo mailing list is a general mailing list for practitioners to discuss ideas for adult and community learning (ACL). A wide variety of topics are discussed, including the implementat...
Community published 27 March 2007

 
ILT Champions mailing list
If you are an ICT and e-learning Champion within your college you can share practice by joining a dedicated mailing list.
Community published 27 March 2007

 
Virtual learning environments (VLEs) mailing list
This list is to support discussion about VLEs - for example, issues around implementation, staff training, appropriate use, content sources, etc. It has over 700 members, from FE, HE, suppli...
Community published 27 March 2007