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Introduction to Promoting Positive Behaviour in the Curriculum
15/12/2022 @ Online - Introduction to Promoting Positive Behaviour in the Curriculum - Part Two: How to promote positive behaviour in curriculum (Code: C1449/003)

Promoting positive behaviours is much more realistic than "managing behaviour". 

Learners react and respond not only to events as they occur but also to their interpretation of events based on past experience. By creating curriculum contexts and learning environments that anticipate this and plan to develop new and positive exeriences through communication, adjustment and mutual respect benefits educators and learners alike.

Technology for All (assistive technology): using the accessibility features of Microsoft packages in curriculum delivery for the benefit of all learners and employees
22/12/2022 @ Online - Technology for All (assistive technology): using the accessibility features of Microsoft packages in curriculum delivery for the benefit of all learners and employees - Technology for All Bitesize: Accessibility features in Word (Code: C1466/005)

Microsoft software has accessibility features built in that will improve the expereince of all and enable individuals to access information and content, and create work that fulfils their potential.

In this session we will show where to find them, what to do and how to make the best use of them.

You may never see MS Windows or Office 365 the same again! 

Leading From The Middle
10/01/2023 @ Birmingham - Leading From The Middle - Leading From The Middle 2022/23 Open Cohort 2 (Code: C0455/071)

Leading from the Middle is the FE and Skills sector's new high impact development programme for sector middle managers. With a focus on the skills, behaviours, competencies and awareness to succeed in middle leadership and management roles, this programme adopts an innovative and personalised approach to improving the professional effectiveness of this important tier of sector leadership. This is a solutions focussed programme that will encourage you to think and act differently.

Introduction to Promoting Positive Behaviour in the Curriculum
12/01/2023 @ Online - Introduction to Promoting Positive Behaviour in the Curriculum - Part One: Promoting positive behaviours for belonging in curriculum (Code: C1449/004)

Promoting positive behaviours is much more realistic than "managing behaviour". 

Learners react and respond not only to events as they occur but also to their interpretation of events based on past experience. By creating curriculum contexts and learning environments that anticipate this and plan to develop new and positive exeriences through communication, adjustment and mutual respect benefits educators and learners alike.

Centre for Excellence in SEND: Curriculum - Communities of Practice
16/01/2023 @ Online - Centre for Excellence in SEND: Curriculum - Communities of Practice - Promoting positive behaviours for belonging in curriculum (Code: C1448/006)

Based on Lave and Wenger's theories of situated learning, communities of practice are designed to improve knowledge and practice through conversation, collaboration and co-creation.

By creating communities of practice which can span organisations and whole sectors of education, we aim to break down silos, learn from the brilliant practice being done every day and develop new practice that will benefit all. 

Community of Practice - Share and Shape with our SEND Community
20/01/2023 @ Online - Community of Practice - Share and Shape with our SEND Community - Community of Practice Share and Shape III - Effective work with schools and preparing our learners from the earliest years for adulthood. Collaborative and influential working to improve what's in place for our learners. (Code: C1469/004)

The themes we will focus on over the three sessions are; 

1.Inform the expert reference group by shaping the content of the new online SEND modules

2.The SEND reforms and the impact of the forthcoming white paper. We will discuss the plans and our responsibility.

3.Effective working with schools and preparing our learners from the earliest years for adulthood. Collaborative and influential working to improve what’s in place for our learners.

To  share effective approaches and ask ourselves ‘how might we’ to shape ideas together. 

Centre for Excellence in SEND: Curriculum - Communities of Practice
23/01/2023 @ Online - Centre for Excellence in SEND: Curriculum - Communities of Practice - Supporting Deaf Learners and learners who experience hearing loss (Code: C1448/003)

Based on Lave and Wenger's theories of situated learning, communities of practice are designed to improve knowledge and practice through conversation, collaboration and co-creation.

By creating communities of practice which can span organisations and whole sectors of education, we aim to break down silos, learn from the brilliant practice being done every day and develop new practice that will benefit all. 

Technology for All (assistive technology): using the accessibility features of Microsoft packages in curriculum delivery for the benefit of all learners and employees
26/01/2023 @ Online - Technology for All (assistive technology): using the accessibility features of Microsoft packages in curriculum delivery for the benefit of all learners and employees - Technology for All Bitesize: Accessibility features in MS Teams (Code: C1466/006)

Microsoft software has accessibility features built in that will improve the expereince of all and enable individuals to access information and content, and create work that fulfils their potential.

In this session we will show where to find them, what to do and how to make the best use of them.

You may never see MS Windows or Office 365 the same again! 

Supported Employment Sessions
27/01/2023 @ Online - Supported Employment Sessions - Session V- Transition to employment (Code: C1454/006)

Over Five sessions hear about our effective supported employment model. Visit our site, learn about effective approaches to support learners into employment. Through sharing of practices, resources, toolkits and discussion.  

Session I-Supported Employment Webinar with follow up site visit(book session two aswell)

Session II- Supported Employment follow up site visit

Session III-Supported Employer Engagement, breaking through barriers for successful placements

Session IV-Preparing Learners to employment through supported framework

Session V-Transition to employment

Centre for Excellence in SEND: Curriculum - Communities of Practice
06/02/2023 @ Online - Centre for Excellence in SEND: Curriculum - Communities of Practice - Technology for All (assistive tech) (Code: C1448/009)

Based on Lave and Wenger's theories of situated learning, communities of practice are designed to improve knowledge and practice through conversation, collaboration and co-creation.

By creating communities of practice which can span organisations and whole sectors of education, we aim to break down silos, learn from the brilliant practice being done every day and develop new practice that will benefit all. 

An introduction to RARPA (Recognising And Recording Progress and Achievement)
09/02/2023 @ Online - An introduction to RARPA (Recognising And Recording Progress and Achievement) - Introduction to RARPA (Code: C1467/003)

RARPA (Recognising And Recording Progress and Achievement) is a flexible way of personalising curriculum, particularly effective for the inclusion of individuals whose complex characteristics and requirements make traditional curriculum difficult to engage with and succeed on.

This introductory session will introduce the stages and methods of implementing a RARPA curriculum. 

FE Strategic Leadership Programme (FESLP) for Principals and CEOs
27/02/2023 @ Oxford - FE Strategic Leadership Programme (FESLP) for Principals and CEOs - FESLP (Code: C0143/018)

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.

FE Strategic Leadership Programme (FESLP) for Principals and CEOs
27/02/2023 @ Oxford - FE Strategic Leadership Programme (FESLP) for Principals and CEOs - FESLP - For Organisations Outside of England (Code: C0143/019)

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.

Centre for Excellence in SEND: Curriculum - Communities of Practice
06/03/2023 @ Online - Centre for Excellence in SEND: Curriculum - Communities of Practice - Information, advice and guidance and transition for SEND (Code: C1448/013)

Based on Lave and Wenger's theories of situated learning, communities of practice are designed to improve knowledge and practice through conversation, collaboration and co-creation.

By creating communities of practice which can span organisations and whole sectors of education, we aim to break down silos, learn from the brilliant practice being done every day and develop new practice that will benefit all. 

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