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T Levels: Developing learning objectives aligned to the T Level technical content
21/10/2020 @ Online - T Levels: Developing learning objectives aligned to the T Level technical content - Industry Placements (Code: C0854/002)

Industry placement networks bring together practitioners, managers and support staff to share and discuss emerging approaches to student industry placements. Topics include:

  • developing a clear understanding of how to ensure quality industry placements
  • developing content aligned to the T Level technical content
  • ideas on how to prepare students and how to support them during a placement, including setting industry placement learning goals, and post industry placement activities.
T Levels: Curriculum design and delivery networks
22/10/2020 @ Online - T Levels: Curriculum design and delivery networks - Construction (Code: C0853/004)

This series of practitioner-led networks will bring teaching staff and curriculum managers together to collectively discuss and develop curriculum delivery plans for T Levels being delivered in September 2020 and 2021. Networks will develop schemes of learning for the technical qualification, including ideas related to learning activities, delivery models, and formative assessment opportunities.

Leading From The Middle
23/10/2020 @ Online - Leading From The Middle - Open, Online Cohort 1 (Code: C0455/034)
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.
Embedding maths and English in apprenticeships: resources
23/10/2020 @ Online - Embedding maths and English in apprenticeships: resources - Webinar 2: Resources (Code: C0682/013)

This learning package will help you identify and use appropriate resources for an embedded approach to the delivery of maths and English in apprenticeships. It consists of an online module and an associated interactive webinar.


Understanding Essential Digital Skills CPD programme
27/10/2020 @ Online - Understanding Essential Digital Skills CPD programme - Understanding Essential Digital Skills for teachers/ managers (Code: C0842/005)

This interactive course presents an overview of the Essential Digital Skills (EDS) framework and standards, and the resources and tools available to support teachers and managers. It offers an opportunity to develop knowledge and confidence to deliver EDS qualifications and share good practice.

Leading From The Middle
28/10/2020 @ London - Leading From The Middle - London Open, Onsite Cohort 1 (Code: C0455/030)
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.
Embedding maths and English in apprenticeships: assessment
02/11/2020 @ Online - Embedding maths and English in apprenticeships: assessment - Webinar 3: Assessment (Code: C0683/013)

This learning package will help you to identify appropriate assessment methods for an embedded approach to the delivery of maths and English in apprenticeships. It consists of an online module and an associated interactive webinar.


Improving your inclusive curriculum: reviewing your provision for learners with SEND.
03/11/2020 @ Online - Improving your inclusive curriculum: reviewing your provision for learners with SEND. - November 2020 (Code: C0822/003)

Join us and Anita Devi, from #TeamADL, to take part in this blended learning, accredited training session. Anita has developed this provision review process based on a theory of change informed by sound research methodology.

You will be provided with materials prior to the session.

On completion of six hours of blended learning, you will be a qualified Appreciative Inquirer.

T Levels: Curriculum design and delivery networks
03/11/2020 @ Online - T Levels: Curriculum design and delivery networks - Health and Science (Code: C0853/005)

This series of practitioner-led networks will bring teaching staff and curriculum managers together to collectively discuss and develop curriculum delivery plans for T Levels being delivered in September 2020 and 2021. Networks will develop schemes of learning for the technical qualification, including ideas related to learning activities, delivery models, and formative assessment opportunities.

Embedding maths and English in apprenticeships: inclusivity
04/11/2020 @ Online - Embedding maths and English in apprenticeships: inclusivity - Webinar 4: Inclusivity (Code: C0685/011)

This learning package will help you to support inclusivity in an embedded approach to the delivery of maths and English in apprenticeships. It consists of an online module and an associated interactive webinar.


GCSE re-sits: develop your practice (Level 5 module) maths
04/11/2020 @ Online - GCSE re-sits: develop your practice (Level 5 module) maths - GCSE re-sits: develop your practice (Level 5 module) maths (C0027/044) (Code: C0027/044)
This L5 CPD course supports practitioners working with GCSE maths learners, especially those who have achieved lower than a grade C/ 5 at school. You will explore and experience how to engage and motivate learners and undertake assessment throughout the learner journey to build on prior learning. You will experience digital approaches and other effective practices for leading GCSE maths courses. Past delegates found the course 'inspirational', 'excellent', 'world class'....
Module 2: Using Developmental Observations – Advanced Practice
06/11/2020 @ Online - Module 2: Using Developmental Observations – Advanced Practice (Code: C0863/002)

In this module, APs will be exposed to:  

  • Current thinking & research in the field of developmental approaches to observation  
  • Evidence-based approaches to using observation to improve and develop teaching & learning
  • Applied skills in developing AP practice related to reflection and coaching
  • A collaborative forum in which to share & exchange ideas for best practice in this area with colleagues from across the FE sector
Centres for Excellence in Maths Forum meetings
11/11/2020 @ Online - Centres for Excellence in Maths Forum meetings - Autumn term - forum meeting (Code: C0510/006)
The forum meetings aim to bring together the leaders from each Centre together to discuss the programme, updates, meet with their Regional Maths Leads (RML) and work on their action research projects.
T Levels: Curriculum design and delivery networks
12/11/2020 @ Online - T Levels: Curriculum design and delivery networks - Health and Science (Code: C0853/006)

This series of practitioner-led networks will bring teaching staff and curriculum managers together to collectively discuss and develop curriculum delivery plans for T Levels being delivered in September 2020 and 2021. Networks will develop schemes of learning for the technical qualification, including ideas related to learning activities, delivery models, and formative assessment opportunities.

RARPA - developing your SEND curriculum
12/11/2020 @ Online - RARPA - developing your SEND curriculum - November 2020 (Code: C0898/002)

RARPA (Recognising and Recording Progress and Achievement) is the process to measure the progress and achievement of. learners on non-accredited learning programmes. 

In this webinar we will explore the use of RARPA for a variety of learners to ensure we are using the study programme flexibly to meet needs. 

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