Learning and Skills Improvement Service
The Learning and Skills Improvement Service (LSIS) is a not-for-profit company limited by guarantee and registered charity formed to support and improve achievement in the Further Education and Skills sector in England. 
In July 2012, the LSIS launched a new scheme to support trainee teachers, the Initial Teacher Training (ITT) Fee Awards. 
LSIS has today (Monday 10 December 2012) confirmed that it has no alternative but to begin a managed exit from its delivery of improvement services for the further education and skills sector.
LSIS to close by 31 July 2013
This decision is in light of the announcement that funding of LSIS by BIS will cease by 1 August 2013.
LSIS will cease delivering courses, training conferences and other support, including the provision of grants direct to providers, on a phased basis between March and August 2013.
Details of when programmes and services will end are now being discussed with BIS and with partners.
- Article celebrating the creation of LSIS
- Learning and Skills Improvement Service Home Page
- LSIS funding to cease
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