Get Ready For T Level Delivery with High-Quality CPD, Local Networks and £45,000 Project Funding for Groups of Providers
T Level Professional Development (TLPD) Offer: Knowledge Hubs
The aim of the offer is to ensure that further education and post-16 providers are T Level ready. This means ensuring that teachers and trainers have the teaching skills, subject knowledge and confidence needed to deliver a high-quality T Level programme from the outset.
The flexible offer will be shaped around the needs of providers and their workforce alongside relevant regional, employer and curriculum needs. The AoC, The Skills and Education Group and Creative Education are delighted to be working in partnership with the Education and Training Foundation to deliver part of this exciting offer through developing regional Knowledge Hubs.
The Knowledge Hubs will embed learning and help to develop teaching practice through teacher development networks and collaborative activities focused on T Level routes, pathways and subject specific themes. Employers and professional bodies will also be engaged to ensure that learning and practice reflects industry needs.
The Knowledge Hubs will provide an opportunity for 2020, 2021 and future T Level providers to participate in sector led, collaborative action research projects, known as Teacher Regional Improvement Projects (TRIPs). TRIPs aim to improve teaching practice in preparation for T Levels and ultimately ensure that learners undertaking T Levels develop the knowledge, skills, behaviours and competencies required. Grants of £45,000 will be awarded to 50 collaborative TRIPs across England.
For providers in the North East, North West, Yorkshire and Humberside (Region 1)
Association of Colleges -
For providers in the West Midlands, East Midlands, East of England and London (Region 2)
The Skills and Education Group – TLPD
For providers in the South East and South West (Region 3)
Creative Education –