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Until the mid-
Core Communitas activities have therefore related to the provision of redundancy support services and lifelong learning opportunities. Previous Communitas initiatives have received financial support from a wide range of sources including:
Examples of previous Communitas initiatives include:
Advocate Worker Project:
Provided training for workplace learning representatives.
DTI Partnership Fund:
Identified a common approach to lifelong learning within Corus, and has involved a series of seminars involving senior mangers and trade unionists.
Basic Skills Project:
Focused on identifying and addressing basic skills needs reflecting the government policy position.
Community Based Learning Initiatives:
Pioneered the development of community based learning centres, and appropriate materials for use within such facilities. Led to the development of two on-
Delta Plus Project:
Provided redundancy support services for employees at Delta Crompton Cables in Enfield, north London, but later embraced other local firms including Coca-
North Staffordshire Network Plus:
Provided redundancy support services at Shelton steelworks enabling 79% of beneficiaries to re-
Addressing Basic Learning and Education (ABLE)
Based in Wales, ABLE utilises the ULR network to engage non-
Communitas also played a leading role in a number of trans-
New Steel Industry Challenges:
The Learnpartner project, which was funded by the Fifth Framework programme was an even more significant project for Communitas. Learnpartner explored how lifelong learning could be utilised as a response to restructuring in the European steel and metal sector, and assessed the potential of partnership-