We're NCFE: an educational charity and leader in vocational and technical learning. We combine over 170 years of education experience with deep insight, working with a network of expert collaborators to galvanise the technical and vocational education sector around the greatest learning needs and to shape smarter solutions. In doing this, we’re working for a fairer education system for all learners to power inclusivity and choice.
In 1848, we were born from the belief that no learner was left behind. Today, we’re taking up that cause with fresh energy.
The ‘Levelling up and furthering equality of opportunity’ event hosted by north-eastern educational charity @NCFE on Friday 8th October successfully brought together key stakeholders from across the region to find workable solutions to levelling up and closing the disadvantage gap.
#FutureOfAssessment - Accessibility and Inclusion livestream Episode 2. This episode was hosted by Gavin O’Meara and Jessica Blakey (Assessment Design Manager, NCFE), we invited Gem Turner (award winning disabled lifestyle blogger) and Dan Howard (Director of Operations and head of EDI group, NCFE) to discuss the importance of accessibility and inclusion in assessment design and practice.
Hosted by Gavin O’Meara and Janine Oliver (Head of Assessment Innovation, NCFE), we invited Olly Newton (Exec Director, Edge Foundation) and Isabel Sutcliffe (Independent consultant in Education and Skills) to discuss what assessment innovation means in practice and what the future holds, as we find new ways of working that meets the needs of learners and educators today. NCFE is focused on exploring the future of assessment to ensure that learners have access to the world-class products and services that help them to fulfil their potential, not just in terms of academic attainment or employment outcomes, but also their wellbeing, mental health and happiness. In order to achieve this, we know we need to look at assessment used in a variety of ways and at different stages of the learning journey - from pre-programme diagnostic assessment, formative micro and milestone assessment, through to summative end-point assessment and beyond.
The providers chosen to develop eight new T Levels have been announced today. @NCFE (educational charity and leader in vocational and technical learning) is delighted to confirm they have been selected by the Institute for Apprenticeships and Technical Education as the delivery partner for three of the new routes - Craft and Design, Media, Broadcast and Production, and Hair, Beauty and Aesthetics. The Hair, Beauty and Aesthetics route has been awarded to NCFE, in collaboration with their partner VTCT, a leading sector specialist awarding organisation.
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