Common Purpose Training Programme Costs

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Dear Scottish Qualifications Authority,

Under freedom of information Scotland act 2002 please can you provide the following:

1. The total number of your employees who have participated in leadership training programmes delivered by Common Purpose UK, please detail the specific Common Purpose programmes they have participated in (including but not limited to MATRIX, Your Turn Programme, Focus, etc.) and the dates of those courses since 1997 until present date.

2) The total financial spend, year on year on Common Purpose programmes for staff and senior management in each year from 1997 until present date.
Please acknowledge receipt of this request.

Yours faithfully,

Susie Pugh

FOI, Scottish Qualifications Authority

Dear Ms Pugh

 

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instance the 20th working day falls on 31 March 2017.

 

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Regards

 

Alyson Barrie

Freedom of Information Manager

 

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FOI, Scottish Qualifications Authority

Dear Ms Pugh

 

Thank you for your request for information received on 5 March 2017.

 

You asked SQA for the following information:

 

1. The total number of your employees who have participated in leadership
training programmes delivered by Common Purpose UK, please detail the
specific Common Purpose programmes they have participated in (including
but not limited to MATRIX, Your Turn Programme, Focus, etc.) and the dates
of those courses since 1997 until present date.

 

2) The total financial spend, year on year on Common Purpose programmes
for staff and senior management in each year from 1997 until present date.

 

SQA's response

 

1          One staff member attended the Power Dynamic Scotland event on 6
November 2007

2          Total cost of this event was £569.88

           

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Kinburn Castle

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St Andrews

KY16 9DS

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Regards

 

Alyson Barrie

Freedom of Information Manager

 

t: 0345 213 5323  | e: [2][Scottish Qualifications Authority request email]  | w: [3]http://www.sqa.org.uk

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