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Information, advice and guidance: supporting learners with SEND to find the right course in the right place at the right time
09/03/2023 @ Online - Information, advice and guidance: supporting learners with SEND to find the right course in the right place at the right time - IAG and Transition for SEND (Code: C1450/003)

Information, advice and guidance is key to a successful start at a new College or provider, especially for learners with inclusion needs.

Understanding what a learner's aspirations, requirements and outcomes are key to planning an inclusive curriculum and personalised study programme.

In this short session, we discuss how to plan and explore a successful transition with honest and constructive CEIAG.

Preparing for CEO Programme
20/03/2023 @ Oxford - Preparing for CEO Programme - Preparing for CEO Programme - (For Organisations outside of England) (Code: C0270/016)

The role of a leader in the Further Education sector is a complex, challenging and rewarding one. CEOs and Principals require a range of skills, knowledge and experience to effectively lead institutions that are experiencing continued social, economic and technical change. This programme, delivered by Saïd Business School, University of Oxford, is aimed specifically for experienced FE leaders who are looking to step-up to the role of Principal or CEO in the next 1-2 years.

Preparing for CEO Programme
20/03/2023 @ Oxford - Preparing for CEO Programme - Preparing for CEO Programme (Code: C0270/015)

The role of a leader in the Further Education sector is a complex, challenging and rewarding one. CEOs and Principals require a range of skills, knowledge and experience to effectively lead institutions that are experiencing continued social, economic and technical change. This programme, delivered by Saïd Business School, University of Oxford, is aimed specifically for experienced FE leaders who are looking to step-up to the role of Principal or CEO in the next 1-2 years.

Introduction to Promoting Positive Behaviour in the Curriculum
23/03/2023 @ Online - Introduction to Promoting Positive Behaviour in the Curriculum - Part Two: How to promote positive behaviour in curriculum (Code: C1449/005)

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
17/04/2023 @ Online - Centre for Excellence in SEND: Curriculum - Communities of Practice - Supporting Deaf Learners and learners who experience hearing loss (Code: C1448/004)

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. 

Introduction to Promoting Positive Behaviour in the Curriculum
20/04/2023 @ Online - Introduction to Promoting Positive Behaviour in the Curriculum - Part One: Introduction to Promoting Positive Behaviours (Code: C1449/006)

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
27/04/2023 @ Online - Technology for All (assistive technology): using the accessibility features of Microsoft packages in curriculum delivery for the benefit of all learners and employees - Using Microsoft accessibility features in curriculum delivery and support (Code: C1466/003)

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! 

Centre for Excellence in SEND: Curriculum - Communities of Practice
01/05/2023 @ Online - Centre for Excellence in SEND: Curriculum - Communities of Practice - Promoting positive behaviours for belonging in curriculum (Code: C1448/007)

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. 

Centre for Excellence in SEND: Curriculum - Communities of Practice
08/05/2023 @ Online - Centre for Excellence in SEND: Curriculum - Communities of Practice - Technology for All (assistive tech) (Code: C1448/010)

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)
11/05/2023 @ Online - An introduction to RARPA (Recognising And Recording Progress and Achievement) - Introduction to RARPA (Code: C1467/004)

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. 

Introduction to Promoting Positive Behaviour in the Curriculum
29/06/2023 @ Online - Introduction to Promoting Positive Behaviour in the Curriculum - Part Two: How to promote positive behaviour in curriculum (Code: C1449/007)

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.

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