The Society for Education and Training welcomes Havering College as its latest Corporate Partner.
Havering College of Further Education and Higher Education joins a growing number of colleges and training providers signing up for SET's Corporate Partner scheme, introduced in 2017 to serve as a badge of recognition for providers who are committed to staff development and high quality recruitment.
Dawn Samwell, Vice Principal of Havering College, said: "The College is highly committed to offering an outstanding teaching and learning experience to our learners. We constantly strive to achieve the best outcomes for our learners.
"These aspirations can only be achieved through a high quality workforce. I believe that by entering in a corporate partnership with the Society of Education and Training (SET), and our commitment to investing in our staff, we can further excel our teaching, learning and assessment practices and learner experience. This partnership arrangement will enable us to offer targeted staff development and secure high quality workforce."
The Education and Training Foundation (ETF) has launched a new strategy setting out its plans to support everyone working in the Further Education (FE) and skills sector.
Gavin Lumsden, Director of Education & Student Experience, talks to us about what to expect from his breakout session at SET24. He also offers advice for educators wanting to maximise their learners’ potential.
More than 27,000 practitioners have been awarded Qualified Teacher Learning and Skills (QTLS) status since it was first introduced in 2008. As QTLS status marks its fifteenth anniversary, applications for the current cohort remain open, closing on 30 November.