Interactive resources to help providers develop a community-led approach to service and organisational development.

Information from the project, which examines evidence of where creative and entrepreneurial leadership can increase productivity and expand market share.

A Just-in-time area for busy leaders and managers who need to be able to use ICT more effectively. This area is available to all registered users of the Foundation Online Learning  environment (FOL).

Interactive learning resources and tools to support leadership and management development in an ACL context.

Interactive learning resources and tools to support leadership and management development in an ISC context.

Interactive learning resources and tools to support leadership and management development in a WBL context.

Interactive learning resources and tools to support leadership and management development in an OL context.

The offender learning leadership toolkit has now been replaced with the management training ebook available at http://www.excellencegateway.org.uk/content/etf2380

Online resource to support learning providers in developing their strategic response to the sustainable development agenda, and to embed sustainability across their whole organisation, its operations and business.

This course uses drama video to illustrate common challenges in managing people and conducting successful meetings.  Interactive exercises focus on segments of the video and enable you to develop strategies to improve interactions with team members you may be leading.

Ready to Lead is a 2 year programme for all middle tier managers across support and curriculum teams at Ealing, Hammersmith and West London's College. It is aimed at building management and leadership capability.

In the academic year 2016/2017 two modules will be offered:

  • Module 1  Self identity and leadership in the college context
  • Module 2  Leading teams and working with colleagues for effective performance and improvement

This programme is based around video case studies made with five FE colleges in the UK participating in partnership working. By studying the challenges and outcomes of their partnership projects, in modules 1-4, we aim to help you address: What the benefits of partnership working are for you; how well are you doing; how you could do better.