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Maths workshop
19/02/2022 @ Online - Maths workshop - Mathematical methods (Code: C1261/005)

These interactive workshops provide a chance for participants to share ideas of effective practice, Each will focus on a particular maths teaching topic and introduce you to ideas from across the sector that have been tried and tested by practitioners.

Supporting maths learners from Entry level 3 to Level 2
21/02/2022 @ Online - Supporting maths learners from Entry level 3 to Level 2 (Code: C1229/005)

Summary "Teachers and pupils should be aware of the difference between infrequent mistakes that can be learned from and consistent mistakes that lead novice mathematicians onto the anxiety pathway. These sorts of mistakes are due to weak foundational knowledge that is more likely to generate errors and misconceptions." Ofsted, 2021

This interactive course will present practical strategies to support your maths learners by considering the mistakes and misconceptions commonly seen in our learning settings and in the summative assessments.

English workshop
21/02/2022 @ Online - English workshop - Encouraging reading (Code: C1286/009)

These interactive workshops will provide a chance for you to consider and share ideas of effective practice. Each will focus on a particular English teaching topic and introduce you to ideas from across the sector that have been tried and tested by practitioners.

Maths in a triangle
22/02/2022 @ Online - Maths in a triangle (Code: C1258/006)

Triangles are simple shapes, but their properties are used in many practical applications, for example in engineering and sciences. Understanding the fundamental properties of triangles is foundational to developing learners' understanding of trigonometry and geometry.

This interactive course is designed to enable participants to better support their learners in understanding triangle properties, Pythagoras, basic trigonometry and their practical applications providing a solid foundation for GCSE and vocational learners.

Overcoming barriers to learning English
22/02/2022 @ Online - Overcoming barriers to learning English (Code: C1277/004)

The course is for teachers of English in the post-16 sector who have resit learners or learners who experience barriers to progress in their learning of English.

Graphs in maths
22/02/2022 @ Online - Graphs in maths (Code: C1257/003)

The Chief Examiner highlights that there appears to be little understanding of the relationship between equation and graph, between graphs, parallel lines, or finding an equation from a straight-line graph. Linear and quadratic graphs are important as they represent connections between variables.

This interactive course will explore activities that you can use with learners to develop their understanding and solve linear graphs, recognise and interpret graphical quadratic equations and solve everyday contexts represented by graphs.

Essential Digital Skills for lead trainers and managers
24/02/2022 @ Online - Essential Digital Skills for lead trainers and managers (Code: C0843/013)

This interactive course provides trainers and leaders with the resources, ideas and support to deliver in-house professional development sessions that will introduce practitioners to the Education and Training Foundation's Essential Digital Skills (EDS) programme.

Phonics: an introduction to the key principles of post-16 phonics
24/02/2022 @ Online - Phonics: an introduction to the key principles of post-16 phonics (Code: C1247/005)

This interactive course offers an introduction to the key ideas and terminology of post-16 phonics. You will explore important guiding principles to apply to your practice to optimise the influence phonics can have on learners.

The course lays the foundations to give you the knowledge, confidence and motivation to go on to attend other phonics courses. English teachers know that many learners re-sitting exams want to improve their reading and spelling, and it is not always the case that learners studying GCSE feel more confident in reading and spelling than those studying Functional Skills.

Diversity in Leadership
24/02/2022 @ Online - Diversity in Leadership - Diversity Masterclass series - Line Management (Code: C0639/035)

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 includes organisational culture change workshops and coaching for 30 diverse aspiring leaders and Governors, in particular those from a BAME background and those with protected characteristics under the Equality Act 2010. New for 2021/22 is a diversity masterclass series of three modules covering topics to address and reverse structural discrimination and to promote diversity and inclusion.


National Safeguarding Forum
24/02/2022 @ Online - National Safeguarding Forum - National Safeguarding Forum: Webinar on Trauma Informed Leadership (Code: C1162/005)

The Forums are themed to focus on current hot topics and issues that the Further Education and Training Sector is facing in relation to Safeguarding and Prevent. This is a dedicated, interactive space for discussing, exploring and networking.

National Safeguarding Forum (FE and Specialised Colleges only)
24/02/2022 @ Online - National Safeguarding Forum (FE and Specialised Colleges only) - National Safeguarding Forum: Webinar on Trauma Informed Leadership (Code: C1161/005)

The Forums are themed to focus on current hot topics and issues that the Further Education and Training Sector is facing in relation to Safeguarding and Prevent. This is a dedicated, interactive space for discussing, exploring and networking.

Trauma-Informed Feminist Leadership Action Learning Set (ALS)
24/02/2022 @ Online - Trauma-Informed Feminist Leadership Action Learning Set (ALS) - Thursdays Feb-Mar 2022 (Code: C1354/003)

Why trauma-informed feminist leadership?

The handling, inequalities, and increasing inequalities and impact of the pandemic have shown, current and future leaders need to be trauma-informed. Not trauma in the old heroic sense of disasters, but trauma as feminists have redefined it -calling out social beliefs about gender, class, race, disability, migrants that victim-blame and protect perpetrators.

Why action learning?

Action learning is a particularly effective way of learning how to deal with real-world problems.

This timely ALS will help you become a more trauma-informed leader.

Governance Development Online Networking Events
24/02/2022 @ Online - Governance Development Online Networking Events - Group Network Event for Governance Professionals, Chairs and CEO/Principals (topic tbc) (Code: C0799/012)

This course is a series of online networking and development events for FE College Chairs to generate the sharing of innovative and creative thinking in order to assist them in their roles during these challenging and unprecedented times.

College Chairs can also join the Chairs' Development Network group on LinkedIn


Creating strategic Intent in your curriculum
24/02/2022 @ Online - Creating strategic Intent in your curriculum - Leadership Community of Practice for SEND in Curriculum Webinar with Mandie Stravino and Sarah Le-Good (Code: C0845/005)

Join us to review your curriculum provision in line with Ofsted's Education Inspection Framework. 

Review your Intent and ensure learners with SEND are at the heart of strategic intent. 

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