Working with Employers to achieve vocational goals
May 16

Working with Employers to achieve vocational goals

Work Placements that Succeed: Developing Learners Beyond the Curriculum

 

Work Placements that Succeed: Developing Learners Beyond the Curriculum

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70 Broad St, Birmingham B1 2HT, UK
  • Overview

    In this day-long workshop, delegates will learn about the ‘active ingredients’ in work placements: what enhances learning, develops learners’ skills, and engages employers. We will learn about how to develop and support placements and manage the risks. We will work on the whole process from approaching employers to post-placement review. Delegates will receive a Quality Assurance Framework to use, a list of resources for follow-up and will complete their own action sheets. It will be a very active day, with lots of discussion and shared exercises. 

    Course goals

    • explore evidence for work experience  
    • think about the types of work experience  
    • practise aligning work experience with learning goals  
    • plan the processes for managing work experience 
    • identify the quality factors and their implementation  
    • discuss how to engage employers  
    • identify important resources 

    Outcomes

    Delegates will be able to:

    • identify the benefits and risks of work placements
    • make contact and develop working relationships with local employers 
    • analyse the links between activity on placements and the vocational curriculum / employment goals 
    • understand and apply quality measures that distinguish effective from ineffective placements 
    • understand the importance and the role played by safety and safeguarding  
    • act as work placement mentors / managers 
    • ensure quality throughout the placement process 
    • monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of placements 

    Target audience

    • FE and Vocational Colleges 
    • Providers of apprenticeship programmes 
    • Providers of all kinds of employment support services for students, unemployed people, job seekers, graduates. 
    • Employer’s own in-house recruitment and training staff 
    • A mixed group from different types of organisations is good 
    • Suitable for newcomers and improvers in work-placement activity

    Delegate Fees

    AELP Member rate: £169.00 + VAT
    IEP Member rate: £169.00 + VAT
    Non-Member rate: £269.00 + VAT


    For more information and to book your place, please click here.

  • Category
    Workshops
  • Date & Time
    May 16 2018 at 09:15 AM - May 16 2018 at 04:30 PM
  • Location & full address
    Novotel Birmingham Centre, Birmingham
  • Event Admins
    AELP Events

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