Hilary Read is the author of high-quality guides and resources for vocational trainers, teachers, assessors, and those involved in quality assurance of teaching, learning and assessment. She researches, writes, production-manages and publishes all her resources with the help of her social media followers and those who attend her training sessions.
She has worked as a trainer and author within the Further Education and Skills sector for nearly 30 years and is a champion of practitioners within the sector. She is passionate about enabling those who work within the FE and skills sector to be the best they can be when teaching, coaching, assessing and supporting their learners.
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She also runs continuing professional development events nationally and offers consultancy to individual training organisations. You can find details of current events here:
Managing learning and progress in #apprenticeships
Following my previous article on planning the vocational curriculum, this one looks at how you actively manage teaching and learning in apprenticeships and contains extracts from my online publication The best apprenticeships guide.
This Autumn, I’ve been running CPD days for those on the front line of delivering apprenticeships. These are small-group events where we’ve looked across the whole apprenticeship process focussing on the learning journey, end-point assessment and quality assurance.
The following is an extract from the 2nd edition of The best assessor's guide (apprenticeships edition) due for publication this October which has been revised to include changes to practice brought about by the RQF and new apprenticeships.
Changes to apprenticeships in England mean big changes to the assessor role. This article looks at some of the main ones and what these will mean in practice for you if you are a vocational assessor and are planning to teach or assess on the new apprenticeship routes:
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