Skills software to be won

Tes Editorial

Last month, the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority announced that vocational IT qualifications will be recognised by the School and College Achievement and Attainment Tables (formerly the Performance Tables). In view of the significance of this announcement for vocational students, the closing date for the Electric Paper CLAiT competition in the June issue has been extended until October 10. Two schools will win their choice of Electric Paper's New CLAiT or CLAiT Plus e-learning courses - worth up to pound;3,500 to each school. Ten runners-up will receive a New CLAiT or CLAiT Plus single-user CD-ROM. For a chance to win, complete the form below:

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