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Advanced Practitioner Communities of Practice 2020

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Communities of Practice

Find out more about the Communities of Practice strand of Year 3 of the #APConnect professional development programme for Advanced Practitioners, commissioned by the Education and Training Foundation and delivered by touchconsulting.

(Please note this is a legacy article for reference only)

About the Communities of Practice

Whether you are already practising as an Advanced Practitioner or you’re someone who is starting out in this role within your organisation or network, this programme will enable you to join a growing movement of like-minded professionals who are passionate about teaching and learning and are engaging in real quality improvement.

Communities of Practice are networks of practitioners across the whole education and training landscape, including action research groups, that will drive change, influence others, manage resistance and enhance self-awareness to achieve outstanding teaching, learning and assessment practice.

This offer is fully subsidised by the ETF and there are no membership fees, so it’s a highly cost-effective way for you to support  quality improvement movement.

How to apply

You can apply for a place on one of three constellations, depending on your experience of leading quality improvements in an AP-type role. All three constellations offer a cutting-edge, blended professional development opportunity.

To watch an introductory video and to apply, visit the touchconsulting website

You may also like to follow #APConnect  on Twitter and read more about the #APConnect 2020/2021 programme

Closing date for applications: 17th of September 2020.

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