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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) (Code: C0396/013)
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.
Women-Up! A personal and career development workshop for women in further education, skills and lifelong learning
07/02/2020 @ London - Women-Up! A personal and career development workshop for women in further education, skills and lifelong learning - Day 1: Women-Up! in London on 7 February and Day 2 on 17 March 2020 (Code: C0697/003)

Women-Up! will equip you with the boldness and courage to be your authentic self as a leader; deal with self-doubt; maintain your wellbeing; recognise and own your uniqueness; rehearse and practice your narrative; and hold powerful conversations about your personal and professional ambitions and aspirations. Plus, you will learn about more professional development opportunities you can pursue and create.

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) (Code: C0396/011)
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.
Embedding maths and English in apprenticeships: embedding strategies
10/02/2020 @ Online - Embedding maths and English in apprenticeships: embedding strategies - Webinar 1 - Embedding strategies (Code: C0663/002)

This learning package will help you to identify practical strategies and resources to understand and work towards an embedded approach to the delivery of maths and English in apprenticeships. It consists of an online module and an associate interactive webinar.


Effectively contextualising learning within English lessons (Webinar)
10/02/2020 @ Online - Effectively contextualising learning within English lessons (Webinar) (Code: C0656/003)

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.

Embedding maths and English in Construction/Engineering-based vocational work (webinar)
10/02/2020 @ Online - Embedding maths and English in Construction/Engineering-based vocational work (webinar) (Code: C0546/003)
Exploring the essential maths and English skills students need for construction and engineering and finding the most effective ways of linking these skills to the qualifications they need.
Expert-led maths and English webinars
10/02/2020 @ Online - Expert-led maths and English webinars - Embedding maths and English in Construction/Engineering-based vocational work (webinar) (Code: C0534/030)
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
10/02/2020 @ Online - Expert-led maths and English webinars - Effectively contextualising learning within English lessons webinar (Code: C0534/069)
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.
Bespoke CPD courses for maths and English teaching, learning and assessment (East and North)
11/02/2020 @ Cambridge - Bespoke CPD courses for maths and English teaching, learning and assessment (East and North) - GCSE English re-sits - Moving a Learner up to a Grade 4 (Code: C0520/042)
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.
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) (Code: C0480/045)
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.
English in T Levels:  Developing holistic competencies
11/02/2020 @ Online - English in T Levels: Developing holistic competencies - webinar (Code: C0688/002)

This is a 90-minute interactive webinar which is part of the ETF programme supporting the teaching of embedded English in T Levels. The webinar is a stand-alone event which investigates the Institute for Apprenticeships and Technical Education's new General English Competencies and how learners can develop them holistically through T Level programmes.

Mixed ability teaching in maths (webinar)
11/02/2020 @ Online - Mixed ability teaching in maths (webinar) (Code: C0543/004)
This course will explore the do's and don'ts of mixed ability teaching, making sure teachers have high expectations of all students.
Professional Exchange London & South West
12/02/2020 @ Bristol - Professional Exchange London & South West - Professional Exchange Meeting - South West mid point (Code: C0569/005)

The Professional Exchange is a national programme that aims to support locally organised groups of practitioners to come together to share ideas and resources and to test and trial innovative approaches to teaching, learning and assessment.

Supporting Functional Skills Maths (West and South)
12/02/2020 @ London - Supporting Functional Skills Maths (West and South) (Code: C0501/009)
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) (Code: C0415/012)
"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