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6 out of 10 work in ‘poor learning climate’, says Campaign for Learning


Initial findings from the Campaign for Learnings Learning Climate Quiz show that 60 percent of respondents work in a poor learning climate.

The findings from the survey, which has been available on the website for the past month and has already had 400 responses, were released yesterday to coincide with Learning at Work Day.

Bill Lucas, Chief Executive of the Campaign, commented that "we are concerned that 60% of respondents are working in a climate that does not support everyday learning. This has implications for British industry’s productivity, innovation and competitiveness. As nearly 60% of the sample respondents were working in organisations recognised as Investors in People, higher than the UK average of 35%, with 18% of them involved in an Individual Learning Account pilot project these findings are even more worrying".

The final results of the quiz will be released at the end of June.

In the meantime, you can take part in the quiz at


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