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Adults can't get better qualifications if we don't remove the barriers to education

It’s brilliant to hear Alex Stevenson (@LWalexs) from @LearnWorkUK talking about the importance of adult education, especially for essential skills like English and maths.

Matthew Kelleher joins Cognassist as Chief Revenue Officer

New senior leadership appointment to drive transformation in the #apprenticeship sector Cognassist, the leading provider of data-driven assessment and learning support solutions transforming services in the apprenticeship sector, is pleased to announce that Matthew Kelleher has joined the senior leadership team as Chief Revenue Officer.

Neurodiversity: How to Facilitate Learner Progress through Evidence-Based Support

My introduction to neurodiversity was when I was diagnosed with dyslexia at university. The term “neurodiversity” is used to describe the cognitive diversity of the human brain. It acknowledges the fact that we all think differently. The human brain is really complicated, it is the most complex structure in the known universe. There are about one quadrillion synapses in the brain. This structure of synaptic connections is so specific to each person that no human who has existed, or will ever exist, will have that same structure.

How Will You Do Things Differently? Inspiring Adult Learners to Re-enter Education

I wanted to write a letter directly to adult learners because I believe all companies must put their focus on inclusivity and how to welcome people back to education. An “apprenticeship guarantee” for young people is a fantastic thing. We should absolutely be providing every opportunity we can to younger learners and new graduates to prevent scarring their future prospects. However, with 80% of the 2030 workforce already working today, reskilling our existing workforce will be essential to our recovery moving forward.

Removing barriers to adult education: supporting the recovery of our workforce and increasing personal development

“Education is seen as the key to boosting social mobility, but there are still persistent attainment gaps between those from disadvantaged and better-off backgrounds at all stages of schooling.” (Social Mobility Commission, 2020).  

Cognassist and Bud collaborate for greater efficiency and security for customers.

@CognAssist are proud to announce the launch of their new integration with @wearebud This is the first integration that we have implemented with a learner management system and it will greatly improve the efficiency and security around the exchange of learner data between Bud’s customers and Cognassist.

#EdTech on a mission: Bringing the ground-breaking benefits of cognition technology to the UK education sector

#TechForGood Cognassist is proud to be named one of the United Kingdom’s fastest growing 70 scale-ups by tech group Silicon Valley Comes to the UK (SVC2UK). 

Intequal selects CognAssist to help identify, support and fund learners with additional learning needs.

CognAssist is pleased to announce that Intequal (formerly The IT Skills Management Company) has selected CognAssist as part of its strategy to identify and support apprentices with additional learning needs.

#EdTech company CognAssist highly commended in annual Dynamites Awards

Education Technology company CognAssist is pleased to announce that it has been highly commended in the Dynamite Awards 2018, within the category ‘Innovator of the Year’. 

Thousands of UK apprentices discover greater potential with innovative brain profiling tool

CognAssist is an innovative, cognitive profiling tool designed to identify and support neurodiversity. CognAssist assesses hidden learning needs in the eight cognitive domains of the brain used for thinking and learning, using digital, game-like tasks such as puzzles, word and number based challenges.

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