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Advanced Practitioner Reflections

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Advanced Practitioner Reflections

Advanced Practitioner Reflections is a guide, rich in practice-evidence, where Advanced Practitioners creatively tell their own stories of influence and impact on self, peers, learners, cultures, organisations and the FE sector.

From 2018 to March 2022, the Education and Training Foundation (ETF) commissioned touchconsulting Ltd to design and deliver the #APConnect Advanced Practitioner (AP) Professional Development Programme. The ETF recognised the critical role of APs in improving the quality of teaching, learning and assessment in the Further Education and Training sector. The AP programme evolved over time and a number of innovative and exciting CPD opportunities took place, including communities of practice, training programmes, conferences and more.

The Advanced Practitioner Reflections guide is part of the Education and Training Foundation’s wider APToolkit which is made up of professional development cards and five guides. The guide is organised by the six ‘functions’ of the AP-type role for easy navigation. There’s also a Padlet so you don’t miss out on the Reflective accounts from year three of the #APConnect programme.

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