Getting assessment right is critical at all stages of the learning journey. These guidelines for assessment and tracking in maths and English were co-created with the sector. They set out clear expectations of effective practice in assessment for learning, providing a framework for organisations as well as individual teachers and trainers.
This is the latest version of the resource for Safeguarding
The resource contains three modules and an assessment. It does not contain information about safer recruitment. If recruitment issues are relevant to your role please access the course Safeguarding and Safer recruitment in FE
This is the latest version of the resource for Safeguarding and safer recruitment.
The resource contains five modules and an assessment and contains information about safer recruitment. If recruitment issues are not relevant to your role please access the course Safeguarding in FE
This module is module six of the Education and Training Foundation's ‘Training vocational education and training practitioners’ course.
The module is designed to be used by practitioners and teacher-trainers in vocational education and training providers. It is a useful resource for those responsible for the training of teachers, trainers, assessors, mentors and coaches.
Have you ever considered a career in offender learning? This resource contains lots of interesting materials, films, quizzes, etc created by those already working in prison education to entice others to do so! You can dip in and out or work through the resources from start to end. We hope you like them and look forward to you joining us in this rewarding career.
Career learning for all is an online resource designed for tutors and teaching staff in the learning and skills sector, both career specialists and non-specialists. The content is aimed at helping you develop the skills and knowledge you need to give your learners support with their career choices and next steps.
New to the sector toolkit
This is the new version of the learning resource for 2014, with a choice of two assessments. One which can be undertaken after the first three modules of the course, and a second assessment for those who wish to undertake all five modules.