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National Learning at Work Day 2007

Thousands of organisations are expected to take part in National Learning at Work Day on Thursday 24 May 2007.

Co-ordinators, the Campaign for Learning, are 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.

Companies like Lloyds TSB, BUPA, Thomson Directories and Dixons took part last year along with Government departments, public sector organisations, small businesses and voluntary and community groups.

If you'd like to find out more about Learning at Work Day, you can register for free planning materials including posters, graphics, online planning guides and a printed planner with key dates and learning ideas.

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