New, in-depth format training courses to support the FE and Training sector with some of the most challenging areas of Safeguarding, Prevent and British Values have been launched by the Education and Training Foundation.
Take a look at Tenders Update December 2022 for an overview of the latest opportunities open to providers of services to the Essential Skills sector.
The Digital Learning team at Novus has been researching the potential for using simulation tools to teach Essential Digital Skills in prison environments.
The Department for Education has announced that in 2023 learners will not be required to memorise formulae for GCSE mathematics.
Check out the Skills for Life Network E-News Update November 2022 for a round up of what’s new and what’s happening in maths, English, ESOL and digital skills in the FE and Training sector.
This annual conference took place on the 8th of November, and you can now access recordings of the main event and of the break out sessions.
These best practice networks are open to everyone supporting maths, English and digital skills development.
Are you a GCSE teacher of maths or English in the FE and Training sector? If so, make sure you check out the Level 5 Develop Your Practice courses on offer from the Education and Training Foundation.
Take a look at Tenders Update November 2022 for an overview of the latest opportunities open to providers of services to the Essential Skills sector.
Check out the FEtapestry newsletter November 2022 for the latest practitioner-created content and practitioner-led events.
This free course traces the history of prisoner education in Britain, which started at the turn of the nineteenth century with schemes to improve the literacy and numeracy of prisoners.
A key recommendation in this new report from the Labour Party is that adults should be entitled to free digital skills courses up to level 2, in line with the equivalent English and maths entitlements.