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Bespoke CPD courses for maths and English teaching, learning and assessment (East and North)
18/02/2020 @ Cambridge - Bespoke CPD courses for maths and English teaching, learning and assessment (East and North) - Maths GCSE resits - moving a learner up to level 4 (Code: C0520/053)
Bespoke courses are specially designed 'in-house courses' that aim to meet the specific CPD needs of your organisation. Where several organisations have discussed or suggested similar training needs or requirements, individual bespoke courses may also be converted into 'open, bookable courses', enabling collaborative CPD and a shared exploration of specific areas of teaching, learning and assessment practice.
New to ESOL Professional Development
18/02/2020 @ Middlesbrough - New to ESOL Professional Development - Middlesborough New to ESOL Professional Development (Code: C0700/011)

This course aims to support ESOL practitioners working with New to ESOL (sometimes called 'pre-entry') learners. The content covers a broad range of aspects of this work including oracy and literacy teaching, phonics, participatory approaches to learning, literacy and language practices, and making the most of the New to ESOL Resources. Content is negotiated for each individual event. 

Digital in T Levels:  Understanding the competencies
18/02/2020 @ Online - Digital in T Levels: Understanding the competencies - webinar (Code: C0687/002)

This is a 90-minute, online webinar session and is part of the ETF programme supporting the teaching of core digital skills, which are embedded in each T Level. The webinar is a stand-alone event which investigates the Institute for Apprenticeships and Technical Education's new General Digital Competencies and explores ways in which embedded digital skills can be developed using authentic, work-related learning activities.

Supporting Functional Skills (Maths) (East and North)
19/02/2020 @ Nottingham - Supporting Functional Skills (Maths) (East and North) - Developing Problem Solving Skills in L1 and L2 Functional Skills Maths (Code: C0281/030)
This course will introduce you to newly-produced exemplar activities that may be used to develop learners' Functional Maths abilities. Help you to identify how and why context matters when developing learners' Functional maths. Enable you to plan and design differentiated, inclusive Functional maths sessions meeting Effective Practice Guidelines for assessment and tracking and help you to support learners to achieve Functional maths outcomes
New to ESOL Professional Development
20/02/2020 @ Keele - New to ESOL Professional Development - New to ESOL Professional Development (Code: C0700/005)

This course aims to support ESOL practitioners working with New to ESOL (sometimes called 'pre-entry') learners. The content covers a broad range of aspects of this work including oracy and literacy teaching, phonics, participatory approaches to learning, literacy and language practices, and making the most of the New to ESOL Resources. Content is negotiated for each individual event. 

Using phonics-based teaching at Entry Level - an introductory webinar (East & North)
20/02/2020 @ Online - Using phonics-based teaching at Entry Level - an introductory webinar (East & North) - Understanding phonemes and graphemes (Code: C0464/021)
The webinar aims to introduce the CPD programme developed to support Functional English practitioners in exploring phonics-based teaching approaches at Entry Levels. It provides an opportunity to discuss the benefits and challenges of using such approaches with post 16 learners. and explores some of the key principles that underpin the teaching strategies covered in the one and two day courses.
45 practical approaches to enable learners to flourish In Functional Skills
24/02/2020 @ London - 45 practical approaches to enable learners to flourish In Functional Skills (Code: C0678/002)

Explore a range of practical ideas that you can easily incorporate into your own teaching to fully engage Functional Skills learners, stretch and challenge them and achieve excellent results.

T Levels: Local Dissemination Event
24/02/2020 @ London - T Levels: Local Dissemination Event - South Thames Colleges Group and Uxbridge College TRIPs (Code: C0714/002)

This one day event will disseminate findings from across one or more local Teacher Regional Improvement Projects (TRIPs) and Industry Insight activity. There will be plenty of opportunity for discussion with TRIP participants to identify solutions to all of your T Level questions.

Understanding T Levels - FE providers
24/02/2020 @ Online - Understanding T Levels - FE providers - for finance and MIS staff (Code: C0521/010)
The Understanding T Levels CPD offer will aim to ensure that the FE 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 and to ensure that teachers in schools advising young people understand what T Levels are and what the potential benefits are.
New to ESOL Professional Development
24/02/2020 @ Colchester - New to ESOL Professional Development - Colchester - New to ESOL professional Development (Code: C0700/016)

This course aims to support ESOL practitioners working with New to ESOL (sometimes called 'pre-entry') learners. The content covers a broad range of aspects of this work including oracy and literacy teaching, phonics, participatory approaches to learning, literacy and language practices, and making the most of the New to ESOL Resources. Content is negotiated for each individual event. 

Maths in T Levels: Working on the boundaries and the mathematical competences
24/02/2020 @ Online - Maths in T Levels: Working on the boundaries and the mathematical competences - webinar (Code: C0689/002)

This is a 90-minute interactive webinar which is part of the ETF programme supporting the teaching of embedded Maths in T Levels. The webinar is a stand-alone event which explores the maths skills required by learners undertaking T Levels as they make the transition from school to work.

Effectively contextualising learning within Maths lessons (Webinar)
24/02/2020 @ Online - Effectively contextualising learning within Maths lessons (Webinar) (Code: C0657/003)

Much has been made over the past ten years of the benefits of embedding maths and English within vocational provision. There has been less focus however on the benefits of contextualising - building maths and English teaching around real life, relevant vocational examples. The impact can be powerful for learner and teachers alike.

Expert-led maths and English webinars
24/02/2020 @ Online - Expert-led maths and English webinars - Effectively contextualising learning within Maths lessons webinar (Code: C0534/040)
Access a huge range of high quality maths and English webinars below, designed to support staff at all levels. You can buy a place on a webinar individually, or for even better value, your organisation can pay for our new Webinar pass. For just £250 every member of staff at your organisation can access all the webinars below for a single price of £250.
Expert-led maths and English webinars
24/02/2020 @ Online - Expert-led maths and English webinars - Embedding maths and English in Agriculture-Based Vocational Work (webinar) (Code: C0534/035)
Access a huge range of high quality maths and English webinars below, designed to support staff at all levels. You can buy a place on a webinar individually, or for even better value, your organisation can pay for our new Webinar pass. For just £250 every member of staff at your organisation can access all the webinars below for a single price of £250.
Introduction to Developing Embedded English, Maths and Digital in T Levels
25/02/2020 @ Walsall - Introduction to Developing Embedded English, Maths and Digital in T Levels (Code: C0495/034)
This is a one-day, face-to-face session and is the first step in a four-part programme supporting the teaching of core English, maths and digital (EMD) skills, which are embedded in each T Level route and pathway. The session explores what is meant by developing embedded EMD and the requirements for T Levels. Participants will consider their role and develop action plans to support the development of embedded EMD, before moving on to select from three specialist e-learning modules.
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