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Leitch inquiry holds evidence session in Leeds


The Innovation, Universities, Science and Skills Committee is hearing evidence on lifelong learning next week, as part of its inquiry into the effects of the Leitch report.

The Committee will visit Leeds on Wednesday for an evidence session where issues raised by the inquiry will be discussed with organisations involved in the development and delivery of skills and training in Yorkshire and Humberside.

Those giving evidence are:
Liz Wallis, managing director of Digital 2010;

Professor Geoff Layer, pro-vice chancellor, learning and teaching at the University of Bradford;

Dr Roger Bennett, principal of North Lindsey College;

Mr Gary Williamson, executive director of Leeds Chamber of Commerce & Industry;

Ms Linda Florance, chief executive of Skillsfast UK;

Mr Mark Andrews, chief executive of NG Bailey; and

Mr Tom Smith, head of adult, families and extended learning at Barnsley Learning Net

The session is open to the public.


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