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Maths and English courses from the ETF

Maths , GCSE , Functional Skills , English
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Maths and English courses from the ETF

Time is running out to book your space on the Education and Training Foundation’s Level 5 online maths and English courses.

Starting in January, these online courses are designed specifically for teachers currently teaching GCSE or Functional Skills in the Further Education and Training Sector. They would also be useful for vocational staff delivering T levels with substantial maths or English content.

Sessions are delivered as two-hour interactive webinars, once a week, for 10 weeks. Places are running out and offered on a first come, first served basis.

For more information or to book your space visit the relevant ETF webpage:

Teaching GCSE English: Develop your practice

Teaching English Functional Skills

Teaching GCSE Maths: Develop your practice

Teaching Maths Functional Skills

The maths and English courses are £350 per person, with discounts available for onsite group bookings and Society for Education and Training (SET) members.

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