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Do you teach Functional Skills English at Entry Level? This CPD programme will introduce you to phonics-based teaching approaches and will enable you to explore the principles and practices that underpin the new Post-16 Phonics Toolkit.
This three day CPD 'Developing Advanced Practitioners' programme will model approaches that you can apply to your own work as an advanced practitioner, and will be delivered through a blend of input, discussion and reflection.
An update on current CPD opportunities available to support your personal skills and teaching approaches, and to help you and your organisation improve outcomes in maths and English.
These courses will ensure that those responsible for teaching Functional Skills are conversant with effective practice and have the confidence to teach Functional Skills maths and/or Englsih to learners with skills below Level 2 and to support their achievement.
Are you looking for practical ideas and approaches to help your learners to succeed in maths and English? The Shaping Success CPD offer from the Education and Training Foundation includes a range of courses and webinars to help you develop your practice and improve learner outcomes.
These seven interactive webinars are suitable for a range of staff including assessors, work-based supervisors, trainers, instructors, employers and managers involved in developing maths and English for apprentices and vocational learners.
Are you looking for practical ideas and approaches to keep your learners motivated? The Education and Training Foundation are offering a range of CPD opportunities that will help you improve learner motivation, engagement and achievement.
These online taster sessions aim to increase your knowledge and confidence to better support learners with dyslexia, autism and hearing impairments.
Education Scotland, Glasgow City Council and SCILT (Scotland's National Centre for Languages) have produced a free online learning opportunity highlighting the benefits of bilingualism and practical strategies that teachers everywhere can use to promote and support bilingualism in their classrooms.
This is a free, introductory online module which aims to provide practitioners with an improved awareness of what dyslexia is, its impact, how it is assessed in different contexts and how it can be supported within an inclusive learning environment.