This webinar has taken place but you can still register to watch the on-demand version.
This SET webinar, hosted by Berta Miguez-Lorenzo, Participant Experience Manager (QTLS/ATS), and Teresa provides a brief introduction to the Professional Formation programme and will cover the following topics:
Berta Miguez-Lorenzo, Participant Experience Manager (QTLS/ATS)
Berta Miguez has over 20 years' experience in the FE sector as a lecturer, manager and teaching and learning coach. Her current role as a Participant Experience Manager for QTLS and ATS programmes involves liaising with and supporting participants with queries regarding their programme portfolios in order to facilitate successful completion of the awards.
Teresa Thomas, Professional Status Manager
Teresa Thomas has over 20 years' experience in the FE sector as a teacher, curriculum manager and associate head for teacher training provision. Her current role as a Professional Status Manager for the QTLS and ATS programmes involves leading and managing the review and moderation process including supporting participants with the resubmission process and dealing with technical queries.
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