January 2019 New Prevent training materials are now available if you need to update your training (this should be done every 2 years), or if you are new to ACL delivery. Please see our CPD page here for details: Continuing Professional Development Don't forget to save your certificate, and let your manager know when you … Continue reading Safeguarding and Prevent Training – quick update
We have held a number of tutor briefing sessions over the last few weeks in venues around the county. Many thanks to all those tutors who have attended, for coming and for your contributions to the activities and discussions. It is your engagement that makes the sessions work. We have met 50 tutors, from 19 providers … Continue reading Be well prepared for 2018-19!
The aims of the session were to discuss: Improving participation, retention and attendance Using ILT to enhance learning Using individualised targets to stretch all learners including the more able Examples of British Values in practice These are all areas for improvement in our current Quality Improvement Plan, and are the areas where tutors can have … Continue reading Revisiting the Learner Journey
Please see the page below with all the resources and notes from the recent session: Working with Supported Learners CPD session Prevent Duty and British Values - training refresh now due! Many ACL tutors completed initial Prevent training in the autumn term of 2015. Just as safeguarding training should be updated every 2 years, Prevent Duty … Continue reading CPD session resources -working with supported learners – and more!
e-safety Policy We thought it would be good to highlight some of the important policies that ACL has in place, and to emphasise how they should be reflected in your practice. Please take a few moments to look at the e-safety policy here, and remind yourself of its contents. Key considerations for tutors: Do you … Continue reading Policy Focus – Practice built on Policy
To all our ACL tutors and staff we wish you a very peaceful break and a Happy New Year!! We'd love to know what's been the sparkling star on the top of your tree recently, the icing on your cake, or in other words the thing that's made it all worthwhile this term!! What activity … Continue reading Season’s Greetings!!
British Values, English, Maths, IT, Equality and Diversity…all of these are areas that we know our learners need to develop in many cases, (even if the learners don’t always identify this themselves!), and they are high priority areas for Ofsted. Sometimes it can seem that these extra challenges are drowning out the actual course content … Continue reading Embedded skills – how do I fit it all in? plus British Values, heart-warming videos and useful websites…
Kagan structures I recently went to a presentation given by T2TUK who offer Training in Kagan Structures. It was really stimulating session, and I’m sure that the principles behind the Kagan Structures will be useful for many tutors. Dr Spencer Kagan was conducting educational research in the 1960s, and developed a range of ways … Continue reading How to engage all learners actively and cooperatively with Kagan structures
We hope you’ve had a good summer break and are raring to get started with your new courses now, if you haven’t started already. The beginning of a new course is always a challenging and interesting time – meeting new learners, getting to know them and their needs, and their expectations of you and the … Continue reading Making a good start…
UPDATE : PLEASE SHARE ONLINE http://www.facebook.com/staffsadultlearning Twitter: @Staffslearning We're also on Pinterest http://pin.it/l6nbQhn check out our Art and Craft ideas board here, and feel free to add your own photos of learners and their work...Instagram coming soon. Last update: Ideas for talking about British Values from Tes, available from Fenc here. … Continue reading Festival of Learning and social media update!