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Transcript of Curriculum Planning
DEFINE the stakeholders who determine the curriculum plan
EXPLORE the priorities that influence the curriculum plan
LIST key questions to ask about the proposed curriculum plan
IDENTIFY the steps taken to deliver the curriculum plan
PROVIDE supporting documentation for curriculum planning
Ofsted / Department for Education
LEP / Council / EFA / SFA
Pursuing EXCELLENCE in teaching, learning and assessment
Creating a self-evaluative, can-do CULTURE
Investing in LEARNING through robust FINANCIAL PLANNING
Harnessing TECHNOLOGY and INNOVATION to transform learning
Development of SPECIALIST skills
Development of EMPLOYABILITY skills
On-going SUPPORT to secure a sustainable positive destination
Access to positive, driven and inspirational ROLE MODELS
An enjoyable experience that will TRANSFORM their life
FELXIBILITY and PERSONALISATION
A dynamic and fit for purpose curriculum
Jobs not qualifications
Famous for what we offer
High volume of positive destinations
Strong alumni network
Employers saying great things about us
First choice for Apprenticeships
The go to College
Well MOTIVATED workforce
WORK READY employees with SKILLS to meet the business needs
VALUE for money
Advice, guidance and on-going SUPPORT
Business community with real INFLUENCE over skills provision
Increased APPRENTICESHIPS numbers
Employability SKILLS DEVELOPMENT
Supporting GRADUATES to access local employment
Developing a business-led employability CHARTERMARK
Raise ASPIRATION and ATTAINMENT whilst reducing NEETs
Deliver FUNDING contracts
OFSTED/DEPARTMENT FOR EDUCATION:-
Improved VOCATIONAL skill levels
Increased SUCCESS, ATTENDANCE and PUNCTUALITY
Increased provision for WORK EXPERIENCE
Development of ENGLISH and MATHS
Improved QUALITY of teaching, learning and assessment
Evidence of STRETCH and CHALLENGE
Promotion of Equality and supporting DIVERSITY
Positive DESTINATIONS for all
Development of ILT
Giving employers CONTROL over skills funding
Giving more money for skills provision to LEPs
Does it or will it:-
Widen participation and access?
Introduce us to new markets/learners?
Respond positively to Labour Market Intelligence?
Offer opportunities to improve employability skills?
Look to support and compliment employment growth sectors?
Address skills gaps within the current workforce?
Take into account the needs and wants of businesses/community?
Provide us with a Unique Selling Point?
Provide us with a surplus to invest?
1. Collaborate with stakeholders
2. Explore the opportunities
3. Assess the risks
4. Endorsement of stakeholders
5. Support and develop capacity
7. Marketing, promotion, IAG and enrolment
8. Collaborative, efficient delivery
9. Performance appraisal
10. Measure the impact
11. Review and improve
"How the interventions bring our vision alive" (LEP)
Spacial growth map (LEP)
Education and Skills Survey - Executive Summary (CBI, Pearson)
The future of FE: funding, reform and reinvention (The Guardian)
An overarching issue - new sources of funding (AoC)
FE Reimagined (Microsoft and Gazelle)