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Ann is an author of text books, resources, and online courses/CPD for practitioners in the Further Education, Skills and Training sector.

She has been working in FE since 1983, has been writing text books since 2006 and now also edits text books. Her passion is to help new entrants to the further education, skills and training sector: i.e. the beginner teacher, trainer, assessor and/or quality assurer. She manages a LinkedIn and a facebook group for practitioners working in the FE and Training sector.

Ann has a Master’s Degree in Educational Management, a Post Graduate Certificate in Education, and a Degree in Education, as well as Business Administration, Customer Service, Management, Learning & Development qualifications, Assessment, IQA and EQA units.

Ann has co-written international and national teaching qualifications for several awarding organisations. She is based in East Yorkshire, and has delivered events in various parts of the UK, Sri Lanka, Malaysia and Hong Kong.

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Further Education and Skills Teachers

Further Education and Skills Teachers

A facebook group for Further Education and Skills Teachers who wish to discuss anything related to teaching, learning, assessment, quality assurance and QTLS status.

Making It Count

Spelling It Out, Making It Count

‘Spelling It Out, Making It Count’ investigates the current state of Functional Skills Qualifications in English and maths in the UK following their reform in 2019.

Literacy and ESOL Readers from Gatehouse Books

ESOL teaching resources

Gatehouse Books offer a selection of ESOL teaching resources for adult learners. Developed by ESOL specialists, these tried and tested resources can save tutors hours of lesson preparation time.

Multiply: develop your numeracy teaching skills

Develop your numeracy teaching skills

Leeds City College has organised a series of free training events as part of the Multiply adult numeracy programme. The sessions are open to anyone with an interest in developing their numeracy teaching skills and making maths more accessible to all.