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Not only clever, but competent and confident too

Originally Published 30 July 2003

At the end of the summer term, Pro-Vice-Chancellor Professor John Jones hosted a presentation and celebration evening for the first cohort of 41 students to have completed the three or more modules required to gain the full Warwick Skills Certificate.

The Warwick Skills Programme was launched in the autumn of 2001 when 70 students signed up for one or more of the four modules available. It was just the beginning of a new way of recognising the capabilities and personal development of Warwick students. Over the last two years there have been 1076 module registrations for 46 modules. So far 601 successfully completed portfolios have been registered with the Centre for Lifelong Learning.

The Warwick Skills Certificate reflects the University?s commitment to giving students the opportunity to develop and get credit for capabilities that support academic life, personal development and employability.

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