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#APConnect Skylark Pathway

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#APConnect Skylark Pathway

ESFA-funded organisations are now invited to apply for a fully subsidised place on the Education and Training Foundation’s #APConnect Skylark Pathway: Practitioner Led Professional Learning, organised by touchconsulting Ltd and partners.

Participation carries with it a grant of £3,000 and places are available for up to 30 organisations.

The Skylark Pathway aims to:

• establish Advanced Practitioners (APs) as leaders in leading professional learning to support quality improvements in teaching and learning
• enable APs to lead the drive for educational excellence, through networking and knowledge sharing
• extend appreciation of the AP role as values-driven leadership.

You can find out more about the #APConnect Skylark pathway here.

The programme has innovated year on year, to provide a blend of expert-led CPD and practitioner-led professional learning, such as the hugely successful AP-led Networks, now incorporated into the Skylark Pathway along with the Practice Development Groups of the last few years.

Find out more about #APConnect Year 4.

How to apply

For full details of the programme and to apply, see the links below. Please note that the deadline for applications has now been extended to 10am, Monday 18 October 2021.

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