The live event has now taken place but you can still watch on demand.
Join us for a live webinar to find out more about the WorldSkills UK Digital Careers Advice Toolkit. Providing resources to support young people in thinking about their career direction, the toolkit is mapped against the Careers Development Institute and the Gatsby Benchmark Frameworks.
Featuring video content from the inspirational WorldSkills UK Skills Champions, who have achieved success in their careers, the toolkit empowers young people to explore technical and apprenticeship career pathways. Hosting the webinar is Dee Aylett-Smith, Head of Young People and Careers at WorldSkills UK, who will take us through the toolkit and answer any of your questions.
With over 15 years' experience in the charity sector, Dee has developed and delivered a wealth of programmes that inspire young and unemployed people into the world of work. Joining WorldSkills UK in 2019, Dee is driving forward the youth engagement and National Competitions’ strategy to encourage more young people into apprenticeships, technical and vocational education across the UK.
How do you check learning is or has taken place in your online class? Following our recent webinar, hosted by teacher and educator Danielle Lloyd, we look back at some key takeaways and highlights about linking assessment to learning outcomes, along with teaching tools which can support you in the classroom.
The research culture in the Further Education (FE) and skills sector lags behind that seen in other professions. It’s time to come together to develop an evidence-informed profession, says Andrew Morris, chair of the Coalition for Evidence-Based education (CEBE) and an honorary associate professor at UCL Institute of Education.