Labour Market Observatory Series – Webinar 3: The new normal for employer engagement – Tuesday 14 July, 10:00am
This webinar is the third in a series for college leaders which focuses on the latest strategic thinking and analysis on post-Covid economic regeneration. Please email your questions to email@example.com.
- Lesley Giles, Director, Work Advance
- Steve Walker, Head of Training and Development Strategy, CITB
- Michael Wood, Head of Health Economic Partnerships, NHS Confederation
- David Gallagher, Chief Executive, NCFE
Newsroom Bootcamp: Tips from a newsroom broadcaster on delivering effective virtual internal communications – Tuesday 14 July, 10:30am
We are all broadcasters now. It’s so important that we are all confident communicating, leading and taking part in meetings remotely. Led by John Young, a TV journalist with more than 30 years’ experience at the BBC, this new AoC masterclass will teach you the art of delivering clear and succinct communication and is based on a real-time TV newsroom experience.
Meetings are just like news bulletins. They need headlines, they need confident delivery, and they need to start and end on time. Otherwise your audience will just tune out. You will leave the workshop with the ability to tell stories in minutes – because with a fast-approaching lunchtime deadline, there’s no time for waffle.
You will get access to the 90 minute masterclass taught by John Young, a workbook and a follow up question and answer session the following week, to enable you to ask any questions after you have put your new skills into practice.
The main masterclass session will take place at 10.30am on Tuesday 14 July with the follow-up Q&A session taking place at 10.30am on Wednesday 22 July.
How colleges are transforming their EdTech strategy – Best practice and solutions to help you develop your online delivery: A webinar series funded by Ufi Trust – Wednesday 15 July, 2:00pm
AoC has carried out research into colleges’ current capacity to enable high-quality distance learning, in a project funded by Ufi VocTech Trust. Findings from the research has been used to create a series of articles with accompanying webinars which provide solutions and share successes to the biggest challenges faced when implementing and delivering digital teaching, learning and assessment.
Taking a partnership approach and working in collaboration with the sector, professional bodies and vendors, these thought pieces provide a strategic view of the current landscape, showcase colleges digital transformation during the crisis and inform the development of a post-Covid EdTech strategy.
The final webinar of the series is:
- Digital accessibility including the new legislation – Alistair McNaught
- The key policy asks – Association of Colleges
AoC/Ofsted Sector Dialogue – Thursday 23 July, 10:00am
AoC is hosting a regular online forum with Ofsted officials to provide colleges with key updates on important issues and to provide an opportunity for an open Q&A session. David Corke, AoC’s Director of Policy will be joined by Dr Richard Beynon HMI, Specialist Advisor, Further Education and Skills. Have your questions ready to put to David or Richard during the session or email them in advance to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Scheduled online events
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- Tuesday 14 July – 10:00am: Labour Market Observatory Series – Sponsored by NCFE – Webinar 3: The new normal for employer engagement
- Tuesday 14 July – 10:30am: Newsroom Bootcamp: Tips from a Newsroom Broadcaster on Delivering Effective Virtual Internal Communications
- Wednesday 15 July – 2pm: EdTech series – Digital accessibility / Policy asks
- This is part of the webinar series funded by Ufi Trust: How colleges are transforming their EdTech strategy – Best practice and solutions to help you develop your online delivery
- Thursday 16 July – 11:00am: Climate Commission: Knowledge Sharing and Consultation with the Further Education Sector
- Thurday 23 July – 10:00am: AoC/Ofsted Sector Dialogue Webinar