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02/03/2020 @ London - Maximise progress at entry level (maths and English) (West and South)
Entry level courses are essential to motivate and provide learners with a firm foundation to study at higher levels in Functional Skills or progress to GCSE. The practical ideas suggested will be suitable for all exam boards and delegates will gain new and creative ideas on choosing options and developing an innovative curriculum to motivate learners in developing literacy skills further.
02/03/2020 @ Southport - Regional Governors Inductions 2019/20 - North West
The workshop will include a discussion on operating in a climate of ever-changing emphasis and influence from government, changing local and national circumstances, and evolving competition and partnerships alike. 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.
03/03/2020 @ London - Understanding T Levels - for schools
The Understanding T Levels CPD will aim to ensure that the workforce has information about T Levels so they a) understand the implications for their role and b) can advise students (including those with SEND) effectively about their options.
Schools will be supported to increase their understanding of T Levels to ensure that teachers advising young people understand what T Levels are and what the potential benefits are.
03/03/2020 @ London - Lesson observation & learning walks: improving learning in maths & English (West and South)
The direct observation of teaching has for too long been associated with performance management alone, when it has a vital role to play in developing and improving it too. This practical one-day course will rigorously dissect what best practice means in English and maths and look in depth at how observations can be used developmentally by managers and colleagues to improve the teaching of maths and English - both when delivered in standalone lessons and when embedded into vocational learning.