Welcome from Martin Reid
The Society for Education and Training (SET) enters its sixth year of existence in 2020. In that time SET membership has more than doubled, and more than 24,000 individuals have been awarded QTLS status.
The relatively new Advanced Teacher Status (ATS) is proving popular as a badge of the highest professional practice and achievement, and the award-winning SET Conference, launched just two years ago, has become the highlight of the year for the FE teaching profession.
More and more members are engaging at every level through Local Network Groups (LNGs), our Corporate Partnerships, as members of our Practitioner Advisory Group (PAG), through webinars and webchats, and in the discounted courses and programmes we are able to offer members in partnership with the Education and Training Foundation (ETF).
inTuition too engages with, and features, so many practitioners from around this incredibly diverse sector – our Special Report on Army training (page 24) is a perfect example in this issue. All of this in six brief, yet very productive years.
With membership renewals upon us I would urge all members to continue supporting the wonderfully vibrant, progressive and inclusive community of professional practice that we are building together.
Martin Reid is Director of SET.
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