Observation of teaching, learning & assessment using Ofsted criteria

Observation plays a pivotal role within the quality of teaching learning and assessment to ensure that all learners are receiving a high standard of education which will enable them to progress in life, learning and work.  A strong observation system provides a secure platform to build effective support and CPD for teachers, contributes to an accurate SAR and QIP as well as tracking and monitoring of learners to name a few.  
 
These training packages will help providers across the sector to ensure their systems are rigorous, robust and in line with Ofsted’s current standards from September 2015.
 
IDEAL FOR 
All staff involved in observing teaching, learning and assessment in the learning and skills sector (especially those new to the role), Performance managers, Quality Managers, Curriculum Leaders, Heads of Department, Staff Development Managers, Advanced Practitioners, Subject Learning Coaches
 
The suite of training available includes 2 hour sessions on the following themes:
  • Learner Journey Monitoring – Evidencing, capturing and planning for learners progress from starting point IA to learner completion of the programme.
  • OTLA  - types and purpose, graded v ungraded, exercises for development of observation skills, evidence collation and report writing.
  • Moderation – Moderation system and validation of reports to uphold/downgrade grades allocated.
Costings
These will cost £25 per person or alternatively you may want a full day to cover each area which will cost £50.
 
We offer one day in house support and development for £150 and we will liaise with you to develop to ensure this will meet your organisations needs.
 
Joint observations can also be completed following the OTLA training to develop observer skills.
 
We are able to offer a complete provider support package that ensures compliance with SFA contract requirements, Ofsted readiness, leadership & management development and any bespoke support required to meet provider needs including (but not limited to) OTLA, WRAP, Digital Skills, Nominee training, reviews & training plans, Prevent support, Data management and much more.
 
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WYLP CPD Opportunities

Level 3 Maths Up Skilling – Developing tutors personal and professional skills in English

7 week course held at WYLP Office in Bradford – starting end of Jan – dates TBC

Ofsted valued course, in WYLP’s last inspection October 2017 Ofsted stated “WYLP managers support staff from each subcontractor to take level 3 qualifications in English and mathematics, which has improved the confidence of staff in helping apprentices to develop these skills & has led to improvements in the proportion of apprentices achieving qualifications in English and mathematics which is now good”

The cost of the course is £280.00 per person

Digital Skills to improve teaching & learning

One or two day courses – held at WYLP. Dates TBC.

These courses are designed to help improve your application of digital skills, building your confidence to use technology in teaching & learning

  • Working safely and securely using digital communications – 1 day
  • Developing your digital skills to use social media – 1 day • Developing your digital skills to enable collaborative learning – 2 days
  • Developing your digital skills to support assessment – 2 days

The cost of each of the courses are £25.00 per person and is delivered at WYLP but can also be delivered on site at providers premises. Minimum of 10 delegates and maximum 16.

WRAP Training

2 hour session on raising awareness of Prevent and how providers should respond to implementation – this can be delivered at WYLP or on provider’s site. There is no cost to this workshop.

If providers would like more intensive Prevent health check and risk assessment – the cost of this is £100.00.

Observation and moderation training – 10th April

Observation plays a pivotal role within the quality of teaching learning and assessment to ensure that all learners are receiving a high standard of education which will enable them to progress in life, learning and work. A strong observation system provides a secure platform to build effective support and CPD for teachers, contributes to an accurate SAR and QIP as well as tracking and monitoring of learners to name a few.

  • OTLA - types and purpose, graded v ungraded, exercises for development of observation skills, evidence collation and report writing. 10am -12pm
  • Moderation – Moderation system and validation of reports to uphold/downgrade grades allocated.1pm – 3pm

You can choose from half day option for £25 or the full day for £50 plus lunch.

Contact Us

Office 26 - Bradford Chamber Business Park - BD4 8BX

   01274 665 454
   01274 663 209
   info@wylp.org.uk
       @WYLPLTD

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