Training and Development Briefing 16/19

Published: 30 May 2019

Senior Leadership Management Development Programme, Autumn 2019

Wednesday 2 October 2019 - Thursday 13 February 2020
AoC Create has tailored the Senior Leadership Management Development programme to meet the current and evolving development needs of leaders in the FE sector. This programme is about improving leadership in practice.
The programme aims to challenge and change behaviours, develop the personal qualities, leadership skills and high level management capability of senior leaders in the further education and skills sector, achieved through practical application of the learning to the workplace. Our facilitators will guide you through tools and techniques to apply to your own situations and challenges and equip you with the knowledge and skills to know ‘how to’ be a successful leader.

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Success in Learner Voice Workshop

Thursday 27 June 2019, Matthew Boulton College, Birmingham
This practical workshop will provide an overview of learner voice and representation within FE, ensuring that delegates are informed in current legislation and leave with an array of practical tools to take back to their institutions and deliver with their students.

Finance for FE Leaders Workshop

Wednesday 3 July 2019, De Vere Venues, Holborn Bars, London

This programme is designed to provide senior leaders with a practical insight into key principles of good financial management in a period of unprecedented pressure on college finances.  The event is interactive and includes a case study exercise to highlight some of the key learning points, drawing on examples of good and bad practice.

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How to Claim Additional Learning Support (ALS) Workshop

Tuesday 9 July 2019, De Vere Venues, Holborn Bars, London

How to Claim Additional Learning Support (ALS) Workshop is aimed at key college staff who work with Additional Learning Support in their roles including Administration of Additional Learning Support Staff, Curriculum, Teaching and Learning, MIS and SEN and LLDD.

This practical workshop will provide delegates with a detailed overview of the key aspects of the current requirements for claiming Additional Learning Support.

The facilitators of the workshop will share their experience with attendees of what they see as the key sector issues involving ALS. The workshop will cover rules, offer practical suggestions for managing the claim and minimising audit risks.

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