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National Learning at Work Day 2007

Thursday 24 May is National Learning at Work Day and co-ordinators, the Campaign for Learning, believe this day of learning celebration could be just the start people need.

Linda Siegle, Joint Chief Executive of Campaign for Learning, urges everyone to get involved in Learning at Work Day and see what it can do for them. "Even if you think learning isn't for you or you've been put off by bad experiences of past training courses and school classrooms, the mixture of fun and business related learning that's promoted in workplaces on the day reveals the lighter side to learning, helping to build confidence and uncover true potential.

"And if you find yourself bitten by the learning bug or having identified skills you need or qualifications you'd like to have, you'll find a whole world of opportunities and possibilities for further learning open up at work and in your local area."

The Campaign for Learning is encouraging organisations to use the day, and the whole week, to focus on identifying, developing and reviewing employee skills to help achieve business benefits and individual career success.

For further information, including ideas for workplace learning activities, visit the Campaign for Learning's website at: http://www.learningatworkday.com

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