Using digital technology: improving engagement and learning in English (North)
There are three pricing options:
1. Individual fees
SET member: £85
Non-SET member: £100
Providers with up to 6-10 delegates: £600.
We will support you to fill the extra places but this is a great opportunity to work collaboratively with providers in your locality.
Do you want to get the maximum value from your CPD budget?
Why not run an in-house course at a time and venue to suit?
- In-house course for up to 16 staff: £880
- In-house courses for up to 32 staff: £1,700
- In-house courses for up to 48 staff: £2,400
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A limited number of free places are offered on this course. Please see the 'Upcoming' section above for current availability. Free places are offered to ensure greater diversity on our courses, so to qualify you must either:
- Work in an organisation in one of the 12 opportunity areas (Blackpool, Bradford, Derby, Doncaster, Fenland and East Cambridgeshire, Hastings, Ipswich, Norwich, Oldham, Scarborough, Stoke, West Somerset)
- Work in an organisation with an annual turnover of less than £500,000
- Consider yourself to have a disability
- Come from a Black, Asian or minority ethnic (BAME) background
You must also agree to be contacted by our evaluation team.
To book a free place find a course that has free places remaining and book as normal. At the payments stage of the booking you will be asked to tell us which of the three criteria you meet and then click on the 'recalculate' button to reduce the cost of the booking to zero.
If, for whatever reason, you are unable to attend, please advise us at least one week before the course takes place. This will allow us to offer the free place to someone else who works in the FE sector, so they can take advantage of this offer.
SET members are entitled to an exclusive 15% discount off this ETF professional development course.
Find out more about SET membership on the Society for Education and Training (SET) website.
Who is this for?
- GCSE English teachers
- Functional English tutors
- Vocational tutors and assessors involved in embedded support
- Learning support assistants
The course aims to explore and evaluate a range of e-learning tools and websites with direct reference to their relevance in improving learner engagement and achievement on English programmes at a range of levels.
You will be able to:
- reflect on the way digital technology can enrich good practice in English teaching as well as promote innovative delivery models
- share examples of good practice in the use of e-learning tools and approaches
- evaluate a range of tutor-devised digital resources created for use in classroom teaching and in blended learning
- explore some popular useful online resource banks, blogs and YouTube channels.
One full day with opportunities for further support and collaborative activity.
You should be teaching or supporting English skills development.