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#APConnect  - BAMEed Workshops - Personal branding and social media
16/04/2021 @ Online - #APConnect - BAMEed Workshops - Personal branding and social media - Personal branding and social media (Code: C1134/002)

Three two hour workshops opening up affirmative spaces for practitioners from BAMEed communities who work in AP-type-roles and/or drive quality improvement roles.

Survive or Thrive
19/04/2021 @ Online - Survive or Thrive - Survive or Thrive workshop 4 (Code: C1130/005)

The Survive or Thrive workshops introduce delegates to an empirically tested model that helps identify the wide range of factors that can impact our psychological wellbeing.

It provides an opportunity to think about how and where to intervene to support us to thrive rather than just about survive.

Grooming and Extremism - What is it and what does it mean for Further Education?
20/04/2021 @ Online - Grooming and Extremism - What is it and what does it mean for Further Education? - Grooming and Extremism 20 April 2021 (Code: C1076/003)

Sam Slack, the Deptartment for Education's East Midlands HE/FE Regional Prevent Coordinator will explore what we actually mean by grooming and radicalisation.

  • Are they the same thing and should our responses be the same?
  • What is the relationship between grooming and extremism in modern society?
  • By tackling one does this impact on the other?

During the session, we will consider the impact of extremism and radicalisation on further education and what we should be doing to keep learners safe and our reputations intact.

Yorkshire and Humber PDG
20/04/2021 @ Online - Yorkshire and Humber PDG - Knowledge Exchange Y&H (Code: C0945/007)

Yorkshire and Humber PDG programme

Yorkshire and Humber PDGs sit firmly within practitioner-led enquiry, and are driven by participants who work collaboratively to undertake a maths/English inquiry related to their learners and teaching practice. They plan, do and review; regrouping and discussing what worked (and didn't) with their PDG members, repeating this process over a period of four months.

Imagining better outcomes for learners with SEND - EHCP Series - workshop 1
21/04/2021 @ Online - Imagining better outcomes for learners with SEND - EHCP Series - workshop 1 - April 2021 - session 1 (Code: C1136/004)

Barney Angliss (Consultant in Special Educational Needs & Disability), the DCG project team at the ETF's Centre for Excellence in SEND and our Local Authority Teams will be working together to host a series of EHCP focussed sessions.

Imagining Better Outcomes for Young People with SEND

  • What do we know about outcomes for 16-19 learners with EHCPs?
  • What does research tell us about the reasons for these outcomes?
  • ... So what is the function of outcomes in section E of an EHCP?
  • ... and why can't outcomes be appealed?
PDG Exchange: Developing learners' retrieval practices through low-stakes formative assessment in maths/English - Using Quizlet
21/04/2021 @ Online - PDG Exchange: Developing learners' retrieval practices through low-stakes formative assessment in maths/English - Using Quizlet - Developing learners' retrieval practices-Quizlet (Code: C1077/002)

Join our series of maths/English Midlands PDG Exchanges. Exchanges provide safe, practical spaces to unpack current teaching and learning theory - bringing 'big ideas' alive via a range of online tools. We've designed sessions so you can test your ideas and applications in a safe space with peers.


Governance Development Programme
21/04/2021 @ Online - Governance Development Programme - C1b: Recognising effective board behaviours (Code: C0475/035)

This comprehensive training programme for college governors comprises 32 modules at core, proficient and advanced level, including workshops, online training, podcasts and more. To access the online modules, your institution needs to purchase the programme license on this page- only one booking is needed per organisation. This will then give you an access key to allow you full access to the full range of modules hosted on the Foundation Online Learning platform. To access additional one-off webinars, these will be charged at an additional £25 per person per webinar.

East of England Practice Development Group Dissemination Event
21/04/2021 @ Online - East of England Practice Development Group Dissemination Event - Practice Development Group Dissemination (Code: C1132/002)

This Practice Development Group (PDG) dissemination event will share the project outcomes of several groups of FE teachers working in the East of England. 

Those attending will hear about a variety of strategies, techniques and resources that can be used to aid and support the development of new approaches to teaching and embedding of maths, English or ESOL. The event will also explore how digital technologies can be used to support online delivery of these subject areas.  



Taking Teaching Further webinar
22/04/2021 @ Online - Taking Teaching Further webinar - Taking Teaching Further Webinar (Code: C1139/002)

The Taking Teaching Further (TTF) programme is a national initiative to attract experienced industry professionals with expert technical knowledge and skills to work in Further Education (FE) and Training. It was launched in June 2018 with three rounds of funding having been successfully completed between 2018 and 2021

This bite-sized webinar is for FE providers to increase their understanding of the support available to recruit to 'hard to fill' technical teaching roles via the TTF programme. 


Understanding what employers need to employ learners with SEND
23/04/2021 @ Online - Understanding what employers need to employ learners with SEND - How to engage employers with SEND learners (Code: C1129/002)

In this short webinar, we will explore the benefits for employers to engage with learners with SEND and understand what employers really want. We will share our experiences and impact during the current climate of COVID-19 of engaging and securing employment for learners with SEND. By attending this session you will have the tools and knowledge to understand what employers really want and how to engage them effectively.

#APConnect  - BAMEed Workshops - Blogging & publishing (journals and publications)
23/04/2021 @ Online - #APConnect - BAMEed Workshops - Blogging & publishing (journals and publications) - Blogging & publishing (journals and publications) (Code: C1135/002)

Three two hour workshops opening up affirmative spaces for practitioners from BAMEed communities who work in AP-type-roles and/or drive quality improvement roles.

PDG Exchange: Supporting learners to work collaboratively on maths/English - Using Google Docs, Mote and Jamboard
28/04/2021 @ Online - PDG Exchange: Supporting learners to work collaboratively on maths/English - Using Google Docs, Mote and Jamboard - Supporting learners to work collaboratively (Code: C1078/002)

Join our series of maths/English Midlands PDG Exchanges. Exchanges provide safe, practical spaces to unpack current teaching and learning theory - bringing 'big ideas' alive via a range of online tools. We've designed sessions so you can test your ideas and applications in a safe space with peers.

Knowledge Exchange event
28/04/2021 @ Online - Knowledge Exchange event - PDG dissemination event (Code: C1107/003)

The knowledge exchange events aim to bring together maths and English practitioners based in post-16 further education settings, to share best practice and resources. 

Share and Shape our SEND Community
28/04/2021 @ Online - Share and Shape our SEND Community - Share and Shape our SEND Community (Code: C1138/002)

The monthly sessions will provide an opportunity for our Centre for Excellence in SEND to share our effective practice of how we work with employers, our community including our parent/carers to help us give the best opportunities for our SEND learners. But even more importantly, its an opportunity for you to share what you are doing well.

In these sessions held monthly, we will look at emerging current themes, share effective approaches and ask ourselves 'how might we' to shape ideas together.

Yorkshire and Humber PDG
28/04/2021 @ Online - Yorkshire and Humber PDG - Round 2 Sharing Event (April) (Code: C0945/005)

Yorkshire and Humber PDG programme

Yorkshire and Humber PDGs sit firmly within practitioner-led enquiry, and are driven by participants who work collaboratively to undertake a maths/English inquiry related to their learners and teaching practice. They plan, do and review; regrouping and discussing what worked (and didn't) with their PDG members, repeating this process over a period of four months.

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