February 28, 2020

Improving the quality of teaching, learning and assessment in the new quality assurance environment

This webinar, presented by Beej Kaczmarczyk and Rhys Davies, will look at how providers of learning programmes for young people and adults can improve the quality of education they offer their learners.

The presenters will consider the implications for teaching, learning and assessment of the Education Inspection Framework handbook for Further Education and Skills, recent inspection reports and also the work of ETF in preparation for T Levels.

The longer-term view of learner progress over time and emphasis on long term memory recall, and, their impacts on the way that teachers plan and deliver their lessons will also be discussed. Strategies for teachers to improve the quality of teaching’ learning and assessment through learning walks, observation, shared professional practice, coaching and mentoring will be shared during the webinar.

Please feel free to contact us with any questions you may have for our panel of contributors.  info@e-Memoir.co.uk

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February 18, 2020

Delivering Cost Effective Access to HE Programmes

Suitable for Directors of Curriculum, Access to HE Managers, Planning and Funding Managers and Data Managers.


Access to HE provision is an important part of the FE and skills offer for adults seeking to progress to HE programmes but it is facing significant challenges with devolution of adult funding, changes in HE funding and offers, and the introduction of T levels. This one-hour webinar will provide you with the most up-to-date information on the planning, delivery and funding of Access to HE programmes.
It will cover:


• The importance and scope of Access to HE programmes
• Funding of Access to HE programmes – Adult Education Budget and Advanced Learner Loans
• How to grow your loan funded Access to HE provision
• Improving the cost effectiveness of Access to HE provision
• Effective delivery mechanisms, including flexible and online learning
• Future prospects for Access to HE

Please feel free to contact us with any questions you may have for our panel of contributors.  info@e-Memoir.co.uk

If you have any questions or would like to find out more please contact us on: 07891 262272 or info@e-Memoir.co.uk

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February 18, 2020

Implementing effective governance arrangements

In association with 'Fellowship of Inspection Nominees'

 

Peter Stacey and Beej Kaczmarczyk will look at:

• Why do we need external scrutiny?
• Composition of a governing board
• Training for governing board members
• Key information that board members require
• Support and challenge – knowing the questions to ask
• Evidencing the impact of the governing board
• Ofsted expectations and inspection findings related to governance
• Summary of good practice
• Further support to providers
• Question on the webinar content and audience concerns

Please feel free to contact us with any questions you may have for our panel of contributors.  info@e-Memoir.co.uk

If you have any questions or would like to find out more please contact us on: 07891 262272 or info@e-Memoir.co.uk

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February 12, 2020

Making best use of funding for tutorial and enrichment provision for young people and adults

This webinar will focus on how the funding of tutorial and enrichment programmes for young people and adults can be best used to meet the needs of learners as well as the requirements of audit and inspection.
It will cover:


Sources of funding for tutorial provision in study programmes and for adult learners
• Planning and delivering tutorial and enrichment provision to meet the needs of learners
• Meeting audit and data requirements
• Making the case for resources for your tutorial and enrichment provision
• Delivering tutorial programmes to meet the challenges of the new inspection framework

Please feel free to contact us with any questions you may have for our panel of contributors.  info@e-Memoir.co.uk

If you have any questions or would like to find out more please contact us on: 07891 262272 or info@e-Memoir.co.uk

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February 04, 2020

A Paperless Learner Journey

Find out how Bridgend College have created a paperless journey for their students from enquiry, admissions and enrolment, through to graduation.

Joe Baldwin, Assistant Principal, will explain how Bridgend College have re-built their learner journey, putting the student at the centre and creating a system and processes to meet the need of today’s learners.

Explore how they’ve created efficiencies and automated processes by removing the need for multiple letters, tests and information requests, providing students with a seamless and transparent experience with instant notifications and accessible information at the touch of a button.

Hear about the challenges they faced and how these have been overcome, along with next step developments to ensure the learner journey remains responsive and fluid to the needs of all students.

Please feel free to contact us with any questions you may have for our panel of contributors.  info@e-Memoir.co.uk

If you have any questions or would like to find out more please contact us on: 07891 262272 or info@e-Memoir.co.uk

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January 30, 2020

Making the most of your AEB allocation or contract

The Adult Education Budget enables adults to access learning opportunities by funding the provision made by the FE and Skills sector, and yet there have been significant underspends on this funding source. At the same time research by the Learning and Work Institute shows that adult participation in learning has fallen significantly since 2010.

This webinar will give you an opportunity to reflect on and review successful strategies for the optimisation of AEB funding through effective planning, marketing and delivery of learning activities, and especially on the importance of effective engagement with adults and ensuring a great learner experience.

It will also consider the opportunities provided by legal entitlements, local flexibilities, low pay waivers, devolution of the AEB, and the prospective “National Skills Fund”.

Please feel free to contact us with any questions you may have for our panel of contributors.  info@e-Memoir.co.uk

If you have any questions or would like to find out more please contact us on: 07891 262272 or info@e-Memoir.co.uk

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January 28, 2020

Update on the funding of High Needs Students for 2020 to 2021

This webinar will consider the arrangements for the funding of High Needs Students in 2020 to 2021, and how education and training providers can make best use of high needs funding.
It will cover the following:


• How the 2020 to 2021 allocations to have been determined
• Relationship between disadvantage funding and high needs funding
• How place-led and top-up funding works in the post-16 sector
• Issues arising from the operation of high needs funding, nationally and locally
• How to make the most of high needs funding
• Meeting the requirements of inspection and audit

Please feel free to contact us with any questions you may have for our panel of contributors.  info@e-Memoir.co.uk

If you have any questions or would like to find out more please contact us on: 07891 262272 or info@e-Memoir.co.uk

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January 23, 2020

Improving the cost effectiveness of ESOL programmes

This webinar will consider the main elements of the funding of ESOL programmes for young people and adult learners, and the implications for the planning and delivery of provision in light of changes to the Adult Education Budget (AEB), the devolution of funding and the introduction of the new inspection framework.

It will cover

• Main elements of the funding formulae for young people and adult applied to ESOL provision
• Implications for the planning, costing and delivery of ESOL provision
• Improving the efficiency and effectiveness of delivery models
• Local devolution and commissioning of the AEB and implications for ESOL providers
• Implications of the additional funds for ESOL in the Spending Review
• Meeting the expectations of the new inspection framework

Please feel free to contact us with any questions you may have for our panel of contributors.  info@e-Memoir.co.uk

If you have any questions or would like to find out more please contact us on: 07891 262272 or info@e-Memoir.co.uk

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January 16, 2020

Making the best of your advanced learner loans facility

With advanced learner loans policy under some scrutiny, since almost £1 billion in loans funding had gone unspent since they were introduced, as well as the most recent data showing a further fall in the number of people taking out loans, this webinar will provide an opportunity for participants to review their own organisations’ experience of loan funding. Participants will also hear from providers who have successfully activated new learners and markets funded by loans.

It will cover

·         The latest update on the funding of advanced learner loans

·         Rules and regulations relating to loans

·         How to more effectively market your loan funded provision

·         The responsiveness of learners to fee rates and repayment conditions

·         Implications for the planning and delivery of loan funded provision

·         Issues raised by problems in the loans market

Please feel free to contact us with any questions you may have for our panel of contributors.  info@e-Memoir.co.uk

If you have any questions or would like to find out more please contact us on: 07891 262272 or info@e-Memoir.co.uk

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January 14, 2020

Innovative approaches to the planning and delivery of Traineeships

This webinar will consider how providers can more innovatively plan and deliver cost-effective traineeships. It will provide an opportunity to consider how best to meet the increased expectations of the ESFA, the requirements of inspection and also the drive for improved cost efficiency in the post-16 sector.

 

It will cover

  • The more innovative approach to planning, funding and quality assuring traineeships

  • The funding models and rules for young people and adults on traineeships

  • Planning cost-effective traineeship programmes

  • Meeting the requirements of inspection and for positive outcomes

  • Issues arising from the marketing, funding and delivery of traineeships and pre-apprenticeship programmes

  • Meeting the needs of local and regional labour markets

 

The webinar will also provide the opportunity for participants to share best practice and learn from the experience of other traineeship providers.

Please feel free to contact us with any questions you may have for our panel of contributors.  info@e-Memoir.co.uk

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