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Leading From The Middle
30/01/2020 @ Leeds - Leading From The Middle - Leeds 2020
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.
Book on our expert-led maths and English webinars
31/01/2020 @ Online - Book on our expert-led maths and English webinars - Maximising the effectiveness of support staff (webinar)binar
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.
Maximising the effectiveness of  support staff (webinar)
31/01/2020 @ Online - Maximising the effectiveness of support staff (webinar)
Research evidence indicates there can be a positive impact on learner attainment when a range of support staff work in structured settings, implementing targeted interventions using brief, regular sessions maintained over time to motivate, support and engage students. These interventions need to be based on detailed assessments to ensure that the right support is provided to the right pupil. This webinar will help you explore these areas.
Supporting Functional Skills English (West and South)
03/02/2020 @ London - Supporting Functional Skills English (West and South)
This course will Introduce you to newly-produced exemplar activities that may be used to develop learners' Functional English abilities. Help you to identify how and why context matters when developing learners' Functional English. Enable you to plan and design differentiated, inclusive Functional English sessions meeting Effective Practice Guidelines for assessment and tracking and help you to support learners to achieve Functional English outcomes.
Supporting Functional Skills Maths (West and South)
03/02/2020 @ Birmingham - Supporting Functional Skills Maths (West and South)
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.
The Further Education CFO Programme
04/02/2020 @ Tring - The Further Education CFO Programme - CFO - Tring
As demands on the further education sector rise, the need for FDs and CFOs to step forward is clear. ICAEW have been commissioned by the Education and Training Foundation (ETF) to deliver a programme that will deliver a step change in the ability of CFOs and FDs in the sector to partner with their CEO to drive strategy forward.
Maximise progress at entry level (maths and English) (West and South)
04/02/2020 @ London - Maximise progress at entry level (maths and English) (West and South)
Entry level courses are essential to motivate and provide learners with a firm foundation to study at higher levels in Functional Skills or progress to GCSE. The practical ideas suggested will be suitable for all exam boards and delegates will gain new and creative ideas on choosing options and developing an innovative curriculum to motivate learners in developing literacy skills further.
Maximise progress at entry level (maths and English) (West and South)
06/02/2020 @ Birmingham - Maximise progress at entry level (maths and English) (West and South)
Entry level courses are essential to motivate and provide learners with a firm foundation to study at higher levels in Functional Skills or progress to GCSE. The practical ideas suggested will be suitable for all exam boards and delegates will gain new and creative ideas on choosing options and developing an innovative curriculum to motivate learners in developing literacy skills further.
Supporting Functional Skills English (West and South)
06/02/2020 @ Birmingham - Supporting Functional Skills English (West and South)
This course will Introduce you to newly-produced exemplar activities that may be used to develop learners' Functional English abilities. Help you to identify how and why context matters when developing learners' Functional English. Enable you to plan and design differentiated, inclusive Functional English sessions meeting Effective Practice Guidelines for assessment and tracking and help you to support learners to achieve Functional English outcomes.
Lesson observation & learning walks: improving learning in maths & English (West and South)
07/02/2020 @ Birmingham - Lesson observation & learning walks: improving learning in maths & English (West and South)
The direct observation of teaching has for too long been associated with performance management alone, when it has a vital role to play in developing and improving it too. This practical one-day course will rigorously dissect what best practice means in English and maths and look in depth at how observations can be used developmentally by managers and colleagues to improve the teaching of maths and English - both when delivered in standalone lessons and when embedded into vocational learning.
Lesson observation & learning walks: improving learning in maths & English (West and South)
10/02/2020 @ London - Lesson observation & learning walks: improving learning in maths & English (West and South)
The direct observation of teaching has for too long been associated with performance management alone, when it has a vital role to play in developing and improving it too. This practical one-day course will rigorously dissect what best practice means in English and maths and look in depth at how observations can be used developmentally by managers and colleagues to improve the teaching of maths and English - both when delivered in standalone lessons and when embedded into vocational learning.
Using phonics-based teaching at Entry Level: developing readers and writers (West and South)
11/02/2020 @ London - Using phonics-based teaching at Entry Level: developing readers and writers (West and South)
During this course for supporting developing readers and writers, you will explore the principles and practices that underpin the new Post-16 Phonics Toolkit. You will learn how to plan phonics-based teaching, learning and assessment activities for post-16 learners. You will explore factors to be considered when supporting learners with diverse needs and strengths, including SEND/ LDD learners and ESOL learners.
Supporting Functional Skills Maths (West and South)
12/02/2020 @ London - Supporting Functional Skills Maths (West and South)
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.
Using coaching strategies to support maths & English (West and South)
12/02/2020 @ London - Using coaching strategies to support maths & English (West and South)
"Coaching is a process which aims to unlock a person's potential to maximise their own performance by helping them to learn rather than teaching them." (Whitmore, 2003). This course focuses on how teachers can develop and incorporate coaching approaches into their repertoire of skills, and use these to help maths & English learners become more independent, resilient and resourceful. It will encourage teachers to think differently about their practice and the learning culture in their classroom
Using coaching strategies to support maths & English (West and South)
13/02/2020 @ Birmingham - Using coaching strategies to support maths & English (West and South)
"Coaching is a process which aims to unlock a person's potential to maximise their own performance by helping them to learn rather than teaching them." (Whitmore, 2003). This course focuses on how teachers can develop and incorporate coaching approaches into their repertoire of skills, and use these to help maths & English learners become more independent, resilient and resourceful. It will encourage teachers to think differently about their practice and the learning culture in their classroom
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