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Thursday, January 4 • 9:30am - 10:30am
Flying the Flag for FE Science S23

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The Education and Training Foundation is committed to supporting improvements in STEM teaching and learning across our sector. Activity is currently being explored in partnership with a wide range of external partners and bodies, and we are seeking to build a national consensus on the most effective actions to improve recruitment of teaching staff, retention and CPD.
Currently the Foundation is supporting the SET for Teaching Success programme, training and mentoring 50 new teachers for the FE and Skills sector. These new recruits to this innovative pilot programme will deliver the majority of their teaching within the Science, Engineering and Technology (SET) subject areas, with a focus on those careers within the relevant routes of the Sainsbury Review. Additionally we are delivering over a million pounds of teaching and learning improvement work in the OTLA National technical teaching programme, focussing on growing employer - provider dialogue and working, in preparation for the implementation of the government Skills Plan. We are currently working with SEMTA to develop support for employers in delivering high quality apprenticeships and training in STEM, and previously with SEMTA delivered the STEM Exchange and the STEM Alliance.
We are also working to promote wider activity to our sector, including ENTHUSE bursaries, the STEM Insight programme and CPD opportunities offered through STEM Learning. Our professional membership body, the Society for Edcuation and Training supports a range of career development for STEM educators in the FE and Training sector, and we are proud to promote and be involved in the work of the ASE in the FE sector.


Paul Kessell-Holland

Head of Partnerships, Paul Kessell-Holland
Most of Paul’s career has been related to leading and developing policy, and supporting the implementation of Professional Standards and Workforce Development across Further and Higher Education. Most recently his work has included the development of research strategies for the... Read More →

Thursday January 4, 2018 9:30am - 10:30am GMT
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