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Communities of Practice: Mental Health and Wellbeing focus group
19/01/2021 @ Online - Communities of Practice: Mental Health and Wellbeing focus group (Code: C1032/002)

Responding to suggestions from the members we are offering a three-part focus group for mental health and wellbeing. This will provide a platform to support one another to learn and share in ideas, concerns, resources and best practice.  

Spaces will be limited to 12 and the sessions will not be recorded to enable free discussion.


Regional Governors inductions 20/21
19/01/2021 @ Online - Regional Governors inductions 20/21 - London - Governors Induction (Code: C1003/002)

The workshop will include a discussion on operating in a climate of ever-changing emphasis and influence from government, changing local and national circumstances. It will also explore the governance roles and responsibilities, how boards can monitor progress and the crucial elements of information that a board required to enable effective monitoring and challenge.

Embedding maths and English in apprenticeships: Employers and providers working together to embed maths and English
20/01/2021 @ Online - Embedding maths and English in apprenticeships: Employers and providers working together to embed maths and English - Webinar 5: Employer provider partnership (Code: C0885/004)

The aim of this webinar is to help you to identify ways of improving apprentices' outcomes for maths and English through enhanced collaboration between employers and providers using an embedded approach.

New to ESOL Teaching Practice Course
20/01/2021 @ Online - New to ESOL Teaching Practice Course - Teaching Practice Group 1a/1b: Voluntary sector / Open (Code: C1037/002)

This course is an opportunity for ESOL practitioners and volunteers to work in teaching practice groups with an experienced trainer, to try out practical approaches, techniques and ideas with their learners and to share their insights and experiences. Each teaching practice group of approximately five practitioners will work with an experienced trainer who will set practical teaching tasks for each group matched to their teaching contexts and learners. Groups will meet fortnightly, for an hour, between January and March 2021, and participants will feed back and share experiences.

New to ESOL Teaching Practice Course
20/01/2021 @ Online - New to ESOL Teaching Practice Course - Teaching Practice Group 2a/2b: Working with refugees / Open (Code: C1037/003)

This course is an opportunity for ESOL practitioners and volunteers to work in teaching practice groups with an experienced trainer, to try out practical approaches, techniques and ideas with their learners and to share their insights and experiences. Each teaching practice group of approximately five practitioners will work with an experienced trainer who will set practical teaching tasks for each group matched to their teaching contexts and learners. Groups will meet fortnightly, for an hour, between January and March 2021, and participants will feed back and share experiences.

Leadership 5 - 10 ways to enhance the teaching of maths in 90 mins
20/01/2021 @ Online - Leadership 5 - 10 ways to enhance the teaching of maths in 90 mins (Code: C1055/002)

This course is designed to provide the opportunity to explore what makes a great maths lesson and what we can do to enhance existing practice. The session will be interactive and provide practical examples of what we can all do to develop effective lessons.

We will examine what we know works and look at how we move staff into an area where they can 'try' new strategies, including what support is available for the next steps of development.

Diversity in Leadership
21/01/2021 @ Online - Diversity in Leadership - Organisation culture change for equality & inclusion for senior managers (Code: C0639/017)

The aim of this programme is to challenge bias, remove obstacles to achieving leadership roles and provide coaching to motivate and build confidence in aspiring leaders across the sector. The programme has 4 strands; Unconscious Bias training, Coaching for aspiring BAME / Diverse leaders and BAME / Diverse coaching in Governance, the creation of an FE Diversity Charter and a toolkit which supports the implementation of diversity in leadership.


Student Governors Inductions 2020/21
21/01/2021 @ Online - Student Governors Inductions 2020/21 - Student governors Inductions - January session (Code: C0940/005)

As part of the wider agenda to develop  governance in the Further Education (FE) and Training sector, the student governors inductions aim to support student governors in their role. 

Regional Governors inductions 20/21
21/01/2021 @ Online - Regional Governors inductions 20/21 - South East - Governors Induction (Code: C1003/003)

The workshop will include a discussion on operating in a climate of ever-changing emphasis and influence from government, changing local and national circumstances. It will also explore the governance roles and responsibilities, how boards can monitor progress and the crucial elements of information that a board required to enable effective monitoring and challenge.

Preparing for assessment without exams (Taster session)
21/01/2021 @ Online - Preparing for assessment without exams (Taster session) (Code: C1062/002)

This fully funded webinar will give participants the opportunity to reflect on and discuss the challenges of teacher assessment without exams. The session will be flexible depending on any updates and will allow plenty of opportunities to share approaches and concerns. Please note that the learning outcomes below may change in response to any updated information

How to teach Essential Digital Skills (EDS)
22/01/2021 @ Online - How to teach Essential Digital Skills (EDS) - How to teach EDS across a range of devices (Code: C0958/008)

The Essential Digital Skills (EDS) professional development programme supports the delivery of EDS based on the national standards.

There are ten sessions each one focusing on developing skills, knowledge and confidence to teach competencies within the standards. The sessions will explore approaches for delivery that could be implemented with learner groups, including how they could be delivered through online/blended delivery. Time will be allocated to sharing ideas, challenges, and practice.

New to ESOL Teaching Practice Course
22/01/2021 @ Online - New to ESOL Teaching Practice Course - Teaching Practice Group 3a/3b: FE based practitioners / Open (Code: C1037/004)

This course is an opportunity for ESOL practitioners and volunteers to work in teaching practice groups with an experienced trainer, to try out practical approaches, techniques and ideas with their learners and to share their insights and experiences. Each teaching practice group of approximately five practitioners will work with an experienced trainer who will set practical teaching tasks for each group matched to their teaching contexts and learners. Groups will meet fortnightly, for an hour, between January and March 2021, and participants will feed back and share experiences.

New to ESOL Teaching Practice Course
22/01/2021 @ Online - New to ESOL Teaching Practice Course - Teaching Practice Group 4a/4b: Community settings / Open (Code: C1037/005)

This course is an opportunity for ESOL practitioners and volunteers to work in teaching practice groups with an experienced trainer, to try out practical approaches, techniques and ideas with their learners and to share their insights and experiences. Each teaching practice group of approximately five practitioners will work with an experienced trainer who will set practical teaching tasks for each group matched to their teaching contexts and learners. Groups will meet fortnightly, for an hour, between January and March 2021, and participants will feed back and share experiences.

Everything you need to know about SEND funding for FE learners
25/01/2021 @ Online - Everything you need to know about SEND funding for FE learners - Everything you need to know about SEND funding: High needs funding (Code: C0999/015)

Over two parts, this course will cover:

  • The high needs funding system, including top tips relating to contracting, relationships with LAs, and budgeting.
  • How other funding, e.g. disadvantage blocks or AEB, can be used to support SEND learners, including those with EHCPs.
  • Current developments and directions of travel in relation to High Needs funding and contracting.

The course will be highly interactive, allowing delegates to share experiences and ask questions.

What's positive and possible during the pandemic?
25/01/2021 @ Online - What's positive and possible during the pandemic? - What's positive and possible during the pandemic? (Code: C0997/002)

The regional Preparation for Adulthood (PfA) Coordinators will be joined by the three SEND National Centre for Excellence leads from the Education and Training Foundation. At this collaborative and interactive workshop we will explore key themes and a time for reflection and group discussion.

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