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Adapting the maths and English curriculum to meet the needs of students post COVID-19
Adapting the maths and English curriculum to meet the needs of students post COVID-19 (Code: C0839)

This course will explore the challenges of what content to cover in maths and English across the year, taking into count different starting points and needs where students have missed significant amounts of maths and English teaching.

August Refresher 1: Planning, Curriculum and Blended Learning
August Refresher 1: Planning, Curriculum and Blended Learning (Code: C0829)

The first of three sessions Identifying key points from CPD and conferences during lockdown. Based on the CPD courses, chat room insights and conferences we will summarise the key learning areas from a range of CPD sessions

Beyond the Blind Spots – Talent Attraction, Management & Retention for FE
Beyond the Blind Spots – Talent Attraction, Management & Retention for FE (Code: C0466)
These workshops will provide a safe space for reflection and give you an opportunity to plan fresh approaches to embed in your own colleges. These workshops offer three free places to each college attending, enabling a senior manager, HR specialist and a governor to attend together in order to gain an understanding of the united, practical steps to take within their college.
Chairs' Leadership programme
Chairs' Leadership programme (Code: C0462)
This highly prestigious Chairs' Programme has been subsidised by DfE and developed by Said Business School, Oxford University. The programme includes a 24 hour residential at Oxford Said with the opportunity to work with high profile governance experts to explore the latest governance thinking and practice with a small group of FE governance peers. Please click on expressions of interest for later cohorts
Confidence to lead: developing your own personal brand - what makes you special?
Confidence to lead: developing your own personal brand - what makes you special? (Code: C0481)
The first of three webinars for all aspiring leaders who want to apply for leadership positions & develop a stronger leadership presence by looking at strategies and techniques that help you to define and articulate your skills, talents and motivations - what makes you special. This webinar is not about 'fixing' you but about offering you choices in how you choose to act and behave. The webinar will look at how you sustain and develop a more powerful sense of self and authentic leadership style.
Confidence to lead: self-doubts and imposter syndrome - dealing with what's holding you back
Confidence to lead: self-doubts and imposter syndrome - dealing with what's holding you back (Code: C0483)
The third in a series of three webinars aimed at all aspiring leaders who want to apply for leadership positions and to develop a stronger leadership presence. The webinar will explore how self-doubt and imposter syndrome impacts on how we fulfil our leadership potential. the webinar will explore strategies and support options to help overcome feelings of self- doubt that undermine confidence and wellbeing, and ultimately can hold us back from making the kind of impact we want to make.
Diversity in Leadership
Diversity in Leadership (Code: C0639)

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.


FESLP Alumni Event 2019
FESLP Alumni Event 2019 (Code: C0576)

We believe that when programme alumni continue to share their learning and leadership insights within the organisational system and beyond, this develops leaders' capability. This is an opportunity for alumni from all FESLP cohorts to gather to share news, ideas, recruit support for their projects and run 'open space' sessions to continue to sustain the entrepreneurial spirit associated with the programme. 

FESLP Alumni Event 2020
FESLP Alumni Event 2020 (Code: C0724)

We believe that when programme alumni continue to share their learning and leadership insights within the organisational system and beyond, this develops leaders' capability. This is an opportunity for alumni from all Further Education Strategic Leadership (FESLP) cohorts to gather to share news, ideas, recruit support for their projects and run 'open space' sessions to continue to sustain the entrepreneurial spirit associated with the programme.

FESLP Virtual Alumni - online event
FESLP Virtual Alumni - online event (Code: C0788)

We believe that when programme alumni continue to share their learning and leadership insights within the organisational system and beyond, this develops leaders' capability. This is an opportunity for alumni from all Further Education Strategic Leadership (FESLP) cohorts to gather to share news, ideas, recruit support for their projects and run 'open space' sessions to continue to sustain the entrepreneurial spirit associated with the programme.

FE Women's Voices 1: Using your voice with impact
FE Women's Voices 1: Using your voice with impact (Code: C0848)

One of three sessions developed in response to feedback from women, especially women of Black (African, Caribbean, Black British) Asian, mixed, and minority ethnic heritage, who took part in our 2020 ETF/WLN Women Up course, about how women's voices are 'heard' in the workplace. Develop skills to shape and influence conversations, particularly those that can be difficult. Learn how to use your voice for impact and how to support others to do the same.

FE Women's Voices 2: Getting diverse women's voices heard
FE Women's Voices 2: Getting diverse women's voices heard (Code: C0849)

The second of three sessions developed in response to feedback from women, especially women of Black (African, Caribbean, Black British) Asian, mixed, and minority ethnic heritage on getting diverse women's voices 'heard' in FE. Arinola Edeh, Neena Chauhan, and Uzma Sadiq join Pauline Odulinski in this panel discussion share their own narratives and thinking about removing the systemic barriers to 'hearing' diverse women's voices in FE.

FE Women's Voices 3: Effective allyship in FE
FE Women's Voices 3: Effective allyship in FE (Code: C0850)

Recent social justice movements from Black Lives Matter to #MeToo have exposed the need for us to do more in our day to day lives to be better allies. In this workshop, we will:

  • Look at what's involved in being an effective ally
  • Discuss the importance of learning and unlearning
  • Explore what effective allyship can look like within further education settings
FE Women's Voices 5: Raising Women's Voices Through Governance
FE Women's Voices 5: Raising Women's Voices Through Governance (Code: C0901)
Governing bodies are legally required in FE, Skills and Lifelong Learning. Being a governor can be a fantastic professional development opportunity and a rare chance to have a wide social impact. Join Cheryl Turner, Chair of Governors, and Neena Chauhan, Staff Governor at Fircroft College, for this online session in which they share their personal experiences and thinking and invite you to share your ideas and aspirations for what women governors want and will achieve.
Future Leadership webinar series - Crystal ball gazing: how far can leaders second-guess the future of FE in their planning?
Future Leadership webinar series - Crystal ball gazing: how far can leaders second-guess the future of FE in their planning? (Code: C0134)
Future Leadership - shaping a new generation of work-based learning & FE 'Crystal ball gazing: how far can leaders second-guess the future of FE in their planning?' is part of a series of 10 recorded webinars. The two expert guest speakers are: Dan Shelley, Vice Principal for Enterprise, Employment & Skills at South Coast College, Hastings Tony Allen is CEO of Allen Apprenticeships and Skills and previous Deputy Director at the Skills Funding Agency.
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