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Everything you need to know about SEND funding for FE learners
01/03/2021 @ Online - Everything you need to know about SEND funding for FE learners - Everything you need to know about SEND funding: High needs funding (Code: C0999/020)

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.

Maths and English digital pedagogies
01/03/2021 @ Online - Maths and English digital pedagogies - Digital Pedagogies - March 2021 (Code: C0877/010)

Drawing on lessons learnt from lockdown this course explores a range of digital approaches, e-learning tools and websites for use in teaching Functional Maths and English. It aims to give participants an opportunity to widen their perspectives on how teachers can use digital technology to engage and support learners both in the classroom and in the development of blended learning.

Regional Governors inductions 20/21
01/03/2021 @ Online - Regional Governors inductions 20/21 - Yorkshire and Humber - Governors Induction (Code: C1003/007)

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.

Strategic Leadership Programme (SLP) for Principals and CEOs
01/03/2021 @ Oxford - Strategic Leadership Programme (SLP) for Principals and CEOs (Code: C0143/014)
The Further Education Strategic Leadership Programme will be delivered by Saïd Business School, University of Oxford, one of the world's leading business schools, renowned for delivering cutting-edge education and ground-breaking research.
Strategic Leadership Programme (SLP) for Principals and CEOs
01/03/2021 @ Oxford - Strategic Leadership Programme (SLP) for Principals and CEOs - FESLP - For Organisations Outside of England (Code: C0143/015)
The Further Education Strategic Leadership Programme will be delivered by Saïd Business School, University of Oxford, one of the world's leading business schools, renowned for delivering cutting-edge education and ground-breaking research.
Regional Governance events 20/21
02/03/2021 @ Online - Regional Governance events 20/21 - London/South East (Code: C1001/006)

As part of the wider agenda to develop FE governance, this programme of regional events aims to support board members and senior leaders to improve board effectiveness and overall provider performance. These events are delivered by the Association of Colleges and are free to attend.

Centres for Excellence in Maths Teachers' meetings
03/03/2021 @ Online - Centres for Excellence in Maths Teachers' meetings - Data & technology - CPD - teach meet (Code: C0509/028)
As part of the Centres for Excellence in Maths programme, the teachers' meetings aim to help Centres and their networks to share best practice, learn from each other and from national activity. This will be important to ensuring the programme reaches and benefits the entire post-16 Further Education and Training sector.
Developing maths in vocational / technical contexts
03/03/2021 @ Online - Developing maths in vocational / technical contexts - Developing maths in vocational / technical context (Code: C0868/003)

Drawing on lessons learnt from lockdown this course will support technical and vocational tutors, trainers and assessors to identify naturally occurring opportunities to develop learners' maths skills which are needed for them to successfully complete their study programme, apprenticeship or vocational/ technical course. Approaches will incorporate lessons learnt from lockdown.

Regional Governors inductions 20/21
03/03/2021 @ Online - Regional Governors inductions 20/21 - South West - Governors Induction (Code: C1003/004)

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.

SEND and neurodiversity: approaches to support maths and English learners
03/03/2021 @ Online - SEND and neurodiversity: approaches to support maths and English learners - SEND and neurodiversity: approaches to support mat (Code: C0881/002)

Drawing on lessons learnt from lockdown, this course focuses on practical strategies and reasonable adjustments for supporting learners with SEND on maths and English courses. It builds on the social model of disability, suggesting that it may be the barriers created by attitudes, or the physical environment, that disable an individual, rather than their impairment or condition.

Everything you need to know about SEND funding for FE learners
03/03/2021 @ Online - Everything you need to know about SEND funding for FE learners - Everything you need to know about SEND funding: Non-high needs learners (Code: C0999/013)

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.

Understanding Essential Digital Skills CPD programme
03/03/2021 @ Online - Understanding Essential Digital Skills CPD programme - Understanding EDS for teachers/ managers (Code: C0842/012)

This interactive course presents an overview of the Essential Digital Skills (EDS) framework and standards, and the resources and tools available to support teachers and managers. It offers an opportunity to develop knowledge and confidence to deliver EDS qualifications and share good practice.

Embedding maths and English in apprenticeships: Sharing resources for embedding maths and English in apprenticeships
03/03/2021 @ Online - Embedding maths and English in apprenticeships: Sharing resources for embedding maths and English in apprenticeships - Training webinar 2: Sharing resources (Code: C0980/004)

This training webinar will explore ways of identifying, creating and sharing resources for embedding maths and English for apprentices across teams and organisations. It will include:

  • models for sharing good practice
  • working with colleagues to adapt and develop resources for apprentices
  • collaborative working
  • developing an action plan.
East of England  Skills Takeaway
03/03/2021 @ Online - East of England Skills Takeaway - East of England Skills Takeaway (Code: C1073/002)

The Skills and Education Group has a role in supporting PDGs in the East of England, and this virtual Zoom event will enable participants from the East of England to present an aspect of their developing practice. For example, several of the PDG projects are focusing on exploring the use of digital technologies to support online delivery; some have a specific focus on teaching ESOL; and others are looking at new ways to embed maths.


Supporting and managing diversity within maths classes
03/03/2021 @ Online - Supporting and managing diversity within maths classes (Code: C1057/002)

This live webinar will look at the positive approaches we can take to support diversity in its widest sense and begin to reflect on how our maths curriculum, resources and learning environments meet the aspirations of all learners.

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