Curriculum design is the cornerstone of all successful programmes, hence the focus by Ofsted on Intent. In these changing times it is key that the programmes offered by providers meets the needs of employers and learners, but also needs to address the skills gaps and local labour market requirements, in order to be successful now and in the future. Without a clear purpose and intended outcome, the design of the programmes offered and the way the learning is planned and sequenced cannot be Implemented in an effective and meaningful manner. As a result the final outcome will not have the desired Impact for the local area, businesses/employers and learners, which will also negatively impact on provider sustainability.
The adjustments made to the way knowledge was delivered as part of the Covid restrictions has opened up new opportunities and different approaches to the way that learning can be provided, including a serious consideration for offering flexible options to learners and employers. In addition the enhanced focus on environmental matters and the development of a more positive and inclusive workplace and society, brings additional expectations for innovation when planning and providing programmes for the future.
This interactive webinar will look at the core components that are required when planning programmes that meet the needs of all stakeholders and influences; how local labour market information can be collected and used to effectively inform programme plans; how the information can be translated into meaningful learning programmes; and how innovation and other considerations can be integrated into a meaningful learning experience
This webinar content will cover:
• Defining your stakeholders and other influences – present and future;
• What you need to know and how to find that information;
• Trends and skills gaps and how to be responsive;
• Embracing innovation and future proofing;
• Developing and communicating your programme offer;
• Next Steps.
Who Should Attend
This interactive webinar is suitable for leaders and managers responsible for planning and developing programmes of learning and have identified that this is an area for improvement within their provision.
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Christine Edwards, QTLSCreating Excellence