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AoC Learning Week

AoC Learning Week attracted over 1,400 attendees from colleges across the country. There were 10 sessions across 5 days delivered by AoC in-house facilitators.

Contact training@aoc.co.uk if you would like some more information about how AoC can support you with in-house training.

All of the replays of the Learning Week sessions are below:

Assessing English and & Maths – less work, more value
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Effective tips to managing people remotely
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Top Tips for delivering GCSE Maths Resit classes
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Health and safety in complex times
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Pathological Demand Avoidance in FE
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Approaches to Enrolling New Cohorts
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Cultivating curiosity to promote learning, build resilience and support emotional well-being
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Embedding coaching practice in your college
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Proven practical psychological well-being strategies
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How to improve your approach to remote working
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    Closing Date: 22 Sep 2020
    Venue:

    10:00 – 11:00, online via Zoom

    Fees:

    Free

    Type: Webinar

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    Closing Date: 25 Sep 2020
    Venue:

    13:30 – 14:30, Online via Zoom

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    Venue:

    14:00-14:45, online via Zoom

    Fees:

    Free

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    Venue:

    13:30 – 14:30, online via Zoom

    Fees:

    Free

    Type: Webinar

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    Closing Date: 06 Oct 2020
    Venue:

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    Fees:

    Starting from £200 + VAT

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    Closing Date: 06 Oct 2020
    Venue:

    10:00 – 11:00, Online via Zoom

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    16:00-16:45, online via Zoom

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    Closing Date: 07 Oct 2020
    Venue:

    10:30 – 12:00, online

    Fees:

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    Closing Date: 13 Oct 2020
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    Closing Date: 13 Oct 2020
    Venue:

    10:00 – 11:30, online

    Fees:

    Starting from £50 + VAT

    Type: Webinar

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    14:00-14:45, online via Zoom

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    Starting from £150 +VAT

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    Starting from £50 + VAT

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