Creative Education is delighted to be working on behalf of the Education and Training Foundation to deliver a number of their projects supporting the professional development of FE staff.
With digital technology now a part of our everyday lives, it is essential teachers and tutors are digitally literate to help in the delivery and management of their courses.
Our range of courses give practitioners the personal digital skills to succeed in a range of teaching tasks, including blended learning, resource creation and the use of social media.
Maths and English are essential for employability and a key part of study programmes.
Our courses provide a suite of development options for providers looking to make rapid improvements, including training teachers to teach GCSE, preparing managers for an inspection of their department, and developing the skills of support staff to improve learner outcomes.
Evidence from recent Ofsted reports shows that learners on study programmes aren’t making as much progress as they could.
Whether you’re due an inspection or improving learner progress is an area of focus for you, we can help you bridge the gap through expert consultancy, practitioner-led enquiry and a new suite of relevant and practical resources.
Are you or your organisation responsible for training Early Years practitioners in the South of England?
Join our Professional Exchange Network and work with colleagues from other providers to find practical solutions to shared challenges.
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A new (OTLA) programme has been commissioned by the Education and Training Foundation; providing an opportunity for FE practitioners to work collaboratively to identify and develop solutions to common problems.
This programme will provide support and up to £15,000 each for 4 collaborative projects to explore common obstacles in teaching, learning and assessment and how digital tools can be used to overcome them.