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Connexions module: m13702 1 VEF/Connexions workshop∗ Tran Thanh Dien This work is produced by The Connexions Project and licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution License † LAUDER COLLEGE 1 FURTHER PARTICULARS FOR THE POST OF LEARNING SOLUTIONS DEVELOPER The Lauder Group Lauder College is one of 43 incorporated Further Education Colleges in Scotland. We operate from a main campus in Halbeath, Dunfermline, two secondary campuses in Cowdenbeath and Rosyth and over 30 Employment and Enterprise Centres and Learning Centres in south-east and central Scotland. We take pride in our reputation as one of Scotland’s most dynamic, innovative and high growth Colleges. The Lauder Group comprises: • Lauder College: providing lifelong learning services from the Halbeath campus, the Cowdenbeath cam- pus, community learning centres and prison learning centres primarily funded by grant-in-aid, fees and the Scottish Prison Service. • Employment and Enterprise: providing employment-related services to unemployed people and employ- ers from Employment and Enterprise Centres in four geographical regions, primarily funded through contracts with Jobcentre Plus, Local Enterprise Companies, Councils and employers. • Enterprise Lauder Limited: a wholly owned company offering a range of commercial business-related services in and from the Business Learning and Conference Centre. • Babcock Lauder Technology: a new campus in the Rosyth Europarc area, formed by the acquisition of the former Babcock Rosyth Training: offering a centre for engineering education and training and a community learning centre. • The Andrew Carnegie Business School: housed in the Business Learning and Conference Centre and offering advanced level management and professional development programmes for individuals and corporate clients. ∗Version 1.1: Jul 20, 2006 2:19 am GMT-5 † Connexions module: m13702 2 Lauder College was foun

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