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Date announced for VQ Day 2010
The third annual day to celebrate vocational achievement will take place on Wednesday 23rd June 2010.
Since VQ Day launched in 2008, over 200 colleges, employers and learning providers have joined in the celebrations.
Plans for VQ Day are being led by Edge, the education foundation. Edge is calling on schools, colleges, learning providers and employers to sign up for 2010 at www.vqday.org.uk. From early 2010 the site will contain information and downloadable toolkits to help colleges, learning providers, employers and schools around the country get involved and hold their own VQ Day celebrations.
Andy Powell, chief executive of Edge, said: "Millions of people gain vocational qualifications every year that are the stepping stone to a brighter future, be that further vocational study or university, a better job or enhanced skills.
"Young people are being given greater access than ever to vocational learning opportunities, businesses are using vocational qualifications to respond to changing business needs and vocational qualifications are helping people of all ages realise their dreams and fulfill their talents.
"VQ Day celebrates this achievement and the many paths to success taken by learners of all ages. I hope the whole country, and all political parties, will once again get behind VQ Day and join the celebrations."
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