We are always looking for providers to get involved with our projects.
On this page, we will be listing current opportunities.
For more information, please email the team: email@example.com.
Opportunities are also published in the Projects Briefing. If you would like to subscribe to alerts, please visit the registration page.
Pears #iwill Youth Social Action Apprenticeship project
In partnership with AoC, the Pears #iWill Fund is pleased to be investing in 6 Youth Social Action Apprentices to work across 24 colleges nationally. The main focus of the apprentice is to raise the awareness of Youth Social Action (YSA) and empower students to take action and address local issues, as well as creating opportunities to undertake meaningful work experience around social action. The Apprentice training will be provided by UCAN.
Applications for the college recruitment will open on Monday 22 March and close at midday on Friday 30th April. Click here to find out more.
The COVID-19 Youth Employment Programme East Midlands
Call to run a project to improve progression into the labour market for young people aged 16 to 24 who have been adversely affected by the COVID-19 pandemic through innovative and vocationally based skills activity leading to employment, including apprenticeships and traineeships, or further training and education opportunities. Click here to find out more on the government website
T Level Professional Development (TLPD) offer
AoC is working in partnership with the Education and Training Foundation (ETF) to deliver aspects of the TLPD offer on behalf of the Department for Education.
Practice Development Groups Programme (London and South West)
AoC are inviting participants to benefit from a free English and maths CPD programme called the Practice Development Groups (PDG) programme. PDG is a national programme funded by ETF, with regional activity in London and the South West being delivered by AoC.
Practitioners will work together to improve an aspect of teaching, learning and assessment (TLA) to enhance their teaching of English or embedding of English and maths into other programmes of study, over a four-month period. Topics that will be discussed include blended learning, student engagement and digital poverty.
The programme will take place in two rounds with round one starting in November 2020 and ending in February 2021 and round two starting in January 2021 and ending in April 2021.There is funding to support those who join as a group facilitator.
Centres for Excellence in Maths
The Centres for Excellence in Maths (CfEM) programme is a national improvement project, aimed at delivering a step change in maths teaching up to Level 2 in post-16 settings.
There are 21 Centres who will be delivering this programme. They will be trialling pedagogical approaches and sharing their expertise across the post-16 sector. Subject areas the centres will be focusing on include Mastery, Motivation/Engagement, Contextualisation, Technology and Data.
All FE colleges are welcome to join the CfEM network to benefit from free CPD and maths trials.
If you are interested in getting involved in the programme or signing up to receive the CfEM newsletter, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Regional Specialist Leads
ETF Regional Specialist Leads (RSL) support practitioners, managers and providers throughout the country to access professional development in maths and English.
They can signpost you to the activities that best suit your needs and also run various regional networks to share good and emerging practice.
To find your region’s RSL, please visit the ETF website.