News from the ETF

On this page we will bring you the latest news and events related to maths. The Foundation will be organising regular workshops on improving maths delivery in a variety of contexts.

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Posted by Sam Fitzgerald
Tue, 03/10/2020
Society for Education and Training (SET) is a community of practitioners and professionals across post-14 education. This is your opportunity to meet people from across the sector, share knowledge and to reflect on the Professional Standards, the framework for effective practice in teaching and education. All those who attend will receive an attendance certificate. For more information or to book your place please visit the eventbrite page. The post CPD: How to use English and maths to embed...
Posted by Sam Fitzgerald
Tue, 03/10/2020
Places can now be booked for the sixth annual Education and Training Foundation (ETF) Practitioner Research Conference and inaugural International Practice-Focused Research in Education Conference (IPFREC). The theme of the events is ‘Shifting Horizons of Educational Practice, Theory and Research’. The two conferences are organised and delivered by the University of Sunderland Centre for Excellence in Teacher Training (SUNCETT) in partnership with the ETF. They will take place consecutively...
Posted by Sam Fitzgerald
Tue, 03/10/2020
This international conference aims to bring together researchers and practitioners in post-compulsory education from many different countries. It provides an opportunity for participants to spend 3 days in inspirational surroundings sharing ideas and projects with like minded people. The ARPCE committee is keen to attract early career researchers, those with teaching or professional roles in post-compulsory education, as well as established researchers and journal contributors. Please visit the...
Posted by Sam Fitzgerald
Tue, 03/10/2020
A new government with a post-Brexit agenda has huge implications for skills. The AELP National Conference 2020 is ideally timed for providers to plan strategically as the government’s plans become clearer. With the outcome of Budget 2020 known and Whitehall in the throes of a value-for-money Spending Round which will set the parameters of the five-year term, we will have the opportunity to debate what “levelling up” and the proposed migratory controls actually mean for skills. The AELP National...
Posted by Sam Fitzgerald
Tue, 03/10/2020
The Natspec National Conference returns to Hinckley Island on 19 and 20 May 2020. The conference is the largest specialist event for FE professionals who work with students with Education, Health and Care (EHC) plans and/or funded through the high needs system. This year’s focus will be on quality of provision. We will seek to challenge, question and stretch your practice in all areas of provision. Having been through years of negotiating the external legislative, structural, systemic and...
Posted by Sam Fitzgerald
Tue, 03/10/2020
The focus of this year’s Annual Conference is a look at the current landscape of further education, and as delegates, you will have the opportunity to hear from leading voices within the sector, and participate in a range of interactive workshops. For more information or to book you place please visit the event website. The post Skills and Education Group Annual Conference 2020 appeared first on The Education and Training Foundation.
Posted by Sam Fitzgerald
Tue, 03/10/2020
For more information on this years Landex Annual Conference please check the event website. The post Landex Annual Conference 2020 appeared first on The Education and Training Foundation.
Posted by Sam Fitzgerald
Tue, 01/28/2020
The Skills Conference 2020, hosted by bksb, really is a must-attend event for anybody involved in the delivery or management of Functional Skills or GCSE English and maths programmes. A combination of keynote sessions, workshops and open forums will make for an exciting and varied programme once again, and the event will address the most prominent issues in the skills sector head on. For more information or to book your place please visit the conference website. The post The Skills Conference...
Posted by Sam Fitzgerald
Tue, 01/28/2020
The 6th Annual Apprenticeship Conference will provide business-critical updates, advice and keynotes for those involved in the delivery of apprenticeships. AAC, in partnership with the Department for Education, is recognised as the flagship national apprenticeship conference for employers and providers. Across two days the conference will provide over 1,250 delegates with an opportunity to access vital updates on apprenticeship policy, network with apprenticeship experts, debate how programmes...
Posted by Sam Fitzgerald
Tue, 01/28/2020
The AELP Spring Conference for Practitioners 2020 is ideally timed to allow providers to adjust their operational strategies in the face of continued reforms to the sector as part of a post-Brexit Britain. By the time the day of the event arrives, we should know more about non-levy employers gaining access to the Apprenticeship Service.  We will also have had the opportunity to reflect on the findings in the Chief Inspector’s Annual Report.  Despite the extra costs and the unintended...

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