Since 2012 Coralesce Ltd has operated as a national curriculum development, online learning and project management agency working within the learning and skills sector for government agencies, providers and awarding bodies. Over the last 4 years it has worked on over 15 different national projects developing some excellent software products and eLearning CPD programmes. www.coralesce.com
Going forward it recognises that to get the main benefit out of these assets that it needs a well-placed national provider to deploy them for best effect. Coralesce Ltd is pleased to announce that it has transferred its further education digital assets to the Careers Colleges Trust for the benefit of the sector as it refocuses its business toward local education, training and project management in the Solent area.
Christina Conroy OBE, Director of Coralesce ltd said: “We are really pleased that the Careers Colleges Trust has taken over our innovative NCFE Level 4 Technology Enabled Educators Course, Edtech-assess software tools and TechwomenUK provision. We will remain within the sector undertaking project management work but our focus going forward will be directed towards regeneration and skills development in the Solent area.”
Beverley Jones, Director of Operations at the Careers Colleges Trust said “ TechwomenUK provision will be further developed by one of our consultants, Julia von Klonowski who has worked in the Tech industries at a senior level”.
The Career Colleges Trust – The Careers Colleges Trust has been set up to support the development of Careers Colleges. Former education secretary, Lord Baker, launched the Career Colleges concept in October 2013. Twelve Career College are currently open around the country, with more to follow in 2017 and beyond. They are being developed through existing channels as part of an FE college or learning provider. Career Colleges have been established by the Career Colleges Trust to offer a rigorous, employer-led educational route for 14-19 year olds. They enable young people to pursue a more technical or vocational pathway – whilst gaining academic qualifications in core subjects. They specialise in subjects relevant to the local labour market – where exceptional job prospects exist. Employers are key in both the development and delivery of the curriculum, ensuring that young people are equipped with the necessary skills to succeed. As part of its mission the Trust seeks to develop the digital skills of the workforce to support learners in their journey to vocational career success. www.careercolleges.org.uk
For more information contact:
Beverley Jones, Director of Operations, Careers Colleges Trust, 4 Millbank, London SW1P 3JA – 0161 475 0224 email@example.com