Thursday, 25 April 2019
Radisson Blu Hotel, Birmingham

This workshop is being delivered again due to popular demand

Overview

This one day workshop will provide a sound overview of the differences between the current (legacy) Functional Skills English and maths and the reformed Functional Skills English and maths at Levels 1 and 2 and consider the transitional requirements.

Activities will allow time to reflect on any changes needed within your organisation and start to formulate a transitional plan for a smooth implementation in September 2019. 

The workshop is aimed at practitioners delivering, or managers supporting, the implementation of the reformed Functional Skills English and mathematics qualifications.

The workshop will focus on:

  • establishing the differences between the legacy Level 1 and 2 English and mathematics Functional Skills and the reformed Level 1 and Level 2 qualifications;
  • identifying areas of increased challenge for learners and staff delivering the reforms;
  • review of resources that support the new delivery requirements;
  • planning for implementation and impact on resource and programme development;
  • planning for transitional requirements of the legacy qualifications and increased quality assurance for the revised versions.

See the Agenda for more information.

Target Audience

Any provider – ITP/ College/ Employer Provider/ Adult and Community/Secure Estate etc. - delivering Functional Skills English and mathematics at Level 1 and Level 2, either as standalone qualifications, or as part of an Apprenticeship Programme, Traineeship or Study Programme.

Delegate Fees

AELP Member rate: £159.00 + VAT
Non-Member rate: £359.00 + VAT

Membership Pledge

Any non-member, who pays the non-member rate and subsequently becomes a member within 30 days of attending an event, will be reimbursed the difference between the non-member rate and the AELP member rate.

Feedback from previous Functional Skills Reforms workshops

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