Leap (education and training)

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Leap
Learning and Enterprise Access Points (logo).jpg
Formation August 2007
Purpose Education, Training information
Location
Region served
Suffolk, United Kingdom
Affiliations

University of Suffolk,

Suffolk Chamber of Commerce
Website Leap

Leap[1] was established in 2007 by University of Suffolk, Suffolk Learning and Skills Council and Suffolk County Council with funding from East of England Development Agency.

Leap is unique to Suffolk and delivers free and impartial, high quality information and signposting to everyone seeking education or training opportunities through a website. Leap also works with the Suffolk Chamber of Commerce to assist businesses hoping to improve the skills of their workforce.

Overview[edit]

Leap is partnership between the University of Suffolk and Suffolk Chamber of Commerce to provide web based information on learning, training and skills provision in Suffolk.[2] In April 2009, University of Suffolk took over as the lead partner for the project.

The Leap Website is the central portal for information about adult learning and skills courses in Suffolk and enables individuals to browse the course database and choose from approximately 6,000 local courses including, Further and Higher Education, Leisure and Community Learning Courses as well as business to business training.

Aims[edit]

The aim of Leap is to provide free and impartial, high quality information to everyone seeking education or training opportunities in Suffolk through a single web portal.

Students[edit]

Individuals aged 18+ from all backgrounds take advantage of Leap for information and resources to education and training.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "About LEAP". Retrieved 2008-10-22. 
  2. ^ "Leap: Adult Learning and Education Services In Suffolk". Learning and Education Services In Suffolk. Retrieved 2 February 2012. 

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