Evan Williams Specialist Education Advisor Who we are
Evan Williams Specialist Education Advisor Who we are AOC (owners) Our Board (governance) AELP
(owners) AAETO (owners) The Education and Training Foundation BIS
(funders) Expert panels (advice and insight) Our Priorities English and Maths Leadership, Governance and Management Vocational Education and Training
Maths and English 2000 teachers recruited to maths GCSE enhancement programme 2.8m incentive payments allocated to organisations to recruit maths teachers Over 80 expressions of interest to pilot the English GCSE enhancement programme (national roll out Autumn 2014) Promoting FE teaching careers, though FE Advice, and Marketing
Leadership, Governance and Management Hundreds of students, staff and governors participating in the Leadership Conversation and Leadership Register Pilot Management Training and Development Programme Governance, and building boards for the future Pan equalities approach for the FE sector Vocational Education and Training Over 30 colleges and training providers accessing Apprenticeships and Traineeships support prospectus
Case studies published in partnership with Ofsted, over 600 views CPD Programme to support excellence in Skills Competitions A framework for Teach Too (coming soon) Apprenticeships Staff Support Programme AELP (with AoC, Holex, 157 Group, NIACE and Coventry and Warwickshire Chamber of Commerce). Delivered through a range of provider-led projects, focused on two broad themes: developing relationships with employers to secure the
range and quality of apprenticeship opportunities; further developing vocational teaching, learning and assessment, and curriculum development capacity, with a focus on approaches to embedding English and maths, and building on the vocational pedagogy findings from the CAVTL report. Traineeships Staff Support Programme With AELP (with AoC, Holex, NIACE, 157 Group and Spirit Pub Co) Based on 14 provider-led projects. The four key priorities for the programme are:
supporting the delivery of English, maths and employability skills; developing effective work placements; initial assessment and IAG and; strategies for working with vulnerable learners. By September, this will produce a range of professional development resources for staff involved in the delivery of traineeships. Who are the providers? BCTG Limited
Bedford College Cambridge Regional College PETA Ltd Grantham College HIT Training Ltd Derby City Council Adult Learning Service In Touch Care KEITS Training Services
Ltd KM Training Ltd East Durham College Skills for Growth St Helens Chamber Ltd West Berkshire Training Consortium Professionalising the workforce New Professional Standards for Teachers and Trainers in England
For use in: Further education colleges Voluntary and community sector organisations Commercial organisations and independent training providers Adult and community learning providers Teacher education providers Work based learning settings Specialist colleges and institutions
Armed and uniformed services Prisons and offender learning institutions Other public sector organisations What is the purpose of the 2014 Standards? Set out clear expectations of effective practice in education and training Enable teachers and trainers to identify areas for their own professional development
Support initial teacher education Provide a national reference point that organisations can use to support the development of their staff Find out more Monthly e-bulletins Events and projects Bids and tenders www.etfoundation.co.uk Showcasing effective practice
[email protected] @E_T_Foundation Research findings Professional Standards for Teachers and Trainers in England AOC (owners) AAETO
(owners) The Education and Training Foundation Expert panels (advice and insight)
BIS May 2014 (funders) Introducing the review A key objective within the delivery plan for ETF for 2013-2014 Three phases to the review: October 2013 to April 2014 Working closely with teachers, trainers, employers and sector stakeholders Survey, consultation events and in-depth interviews
Over 950 responses to the review What is the purpose of the 2014 Standards? Who are the Standards for? Further education colleges Voluntary and community sector organisations Commercial organisations and independent training providers Adult and community learning providers Teacher education providers Work based learning settings
Specialist colleges and institutions Armed and uniformed services Prisons and offender learning institutions Other public sector organisations Introducing the Standards Sections of the Standards The 2014 Professional Standards
Professional values and attributes Develop your own judgment of what works and does not work in your teaching and training Professional knowledge and understanding Develop deep and critically informed knowledge and understanding in theory and practice Professional Skills
Teachers and trainers using the Professional Standards To support their own personal professional development To keep up to date with their subject/vocational area Support to adapt to the needs of a broad range of learners To update their teaching practice Supporting the professional development of others A basis for identifying developmental opportunities
An aid in supporting discussions of observed teaching practice Providing a series of objectives and guidance for those new to the sector Leaders and managers using the Professional Standards Improve the quality of teaching and learning Induction and mentoring systems Staff development and performance management Recruitment of staff
Organisational training needs analysis More information and next steps Available Spring 2015: Case studies to illustrate how the Professional Standards are being embedded across the www.etfoundation.co.uk sector [email protected]
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