For the first time, we are organising a regional vocational and career development event to help link commercial and education sectors and motivate young people to choose vocational schools.
Vocational Education Exchange Magazine October 2016
This month, Vocational Education Exchange focuses on curriculum innovation: the notion of pushing forward, making changes, adapting to technology and keeping students interested, involved and inspired. We have case studies on innovative approaches to education, guides to redesigning your curriculum, free resources and much more.
How can you look to improve your current curriculum? LSIS have created this comprehensive guide to wholescale curriculum redesign which could help you do just that.
Hull College group recently completed a project centred on ‘flipped learning’ and the potential benefits gained from applying it to vocational education. Read how they got on.
'Going to India was a great opportunity. They taught us traditional Indian embroidery technique and we got to visit a manufacturing ... It was a trip of a lifetime!' Katie, Glasgow Kelvin st
Leeds City College launched their new GROW training café this year and had an event to celebrate. Read how they got on and find out about new training opportunities for small business.
Six UK colleges got together to work collaboratively on positive learning outcomes for learners with learning difficulties and/or disabilities. Read a summary of their findings here.
'Our new curriculum will embody better learning and higher standards for all.' Huw Lewis, Minister for Education and Skills
The intention of our vocational education magazine was always to reach as many people as possible. Now, we’re putting that into practice.