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The new normal in education… ‘hashtag online’
6 January 2021

The new normal in education… ‘hashtag online’

With a year since the first official reporting of a COVID-19 case, we have almost arrived at a global paralysis of regular education and training provision. This unprecedented situation affected all learning at all levels. Basic and secondary education, initial and continuing training, and work-based learning all came to a stop as we knew them. It upturned course schedules and attendance, disrupted teaching and learning, frustrated examinations and assessments, delayed certification, and will affect the immediate and future careers of millions of learners.

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Dr Keith Hoodless
Dr Keith Hoodless
PMI
Dr Director of Qualifications and Lifelong Learning

Home based Senior Pensions Administrators, Perm&FTC until Dec21

Salary: £25000 - £31000 pa

Location: England

Pensions Administrator - Berkshire

Salary: £20000 - £25000 pa

Location: Berkshire

Senior Pensions Administrator

Salary: £25000 - £31000 pa

Location: Birmingham, West Midlands

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